PIE International + PIE BOOKS Catalog Fall/Winter 2013
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Yokai MuseumThe Art of Japanese Supernatural Beings from YUMOTO Koichi Collection
Yokai are a class of supernatural mon-sters in Japanese folklore. Yokai have attracted the artists and have been a common theme in art works until these days because of their unique forms and their mysterious behaviors.This book is a visual collection of art works of Yokai in Japan since the Edo period (1603 - 1868). The works are not only paintings but also wood block prints, scrolls, ceramics, kimonos, chil-drens playthings such as board games, and more. All items that are featured in the book come from personal collec-tions by Koichi Yumoto, who has the largest Yokai art collection in Japan.
Art / Japanese CultureSize: 257 x 182mm Pages: 288p (272 in Color)Bound: SoftboundISBN: 978-4-7562-4337-9Release date: July 2013Price: 2,800
KATSUYA TerAdA 10 Ten10 Year retrospective
Katsuya Terada is one of Japans most sought-after illustrators who is known as the character designer for the ani-mated film, Blood: The Last Vampire. This book is a catalogue for his exhibi-tion (held at Kyoto International Manga Museum, Japan / March 16 - June 30, 2013 ) o f h is works in t he recen t decade. The book contains most of the works featured in the exhibition such as mangas, illustrations, as well as prelim-inary sketches, production drawings, that are around 600 pieces. It will be an ultimate book for Teradas fans and also a great reference book for illustrators and manga artists.*The authors interview is included in the English jacket.
Art / Illustration & Design / MangaSize: 210 x 148mmPages: 328p (64p in 4 Color + 264p in 2 Color)Bound: SoftboundISBN: 978-4-7562-4376-8Release date: April 2013Price: 2,300
Color samples of Max ja Moritz (1968). The design is inspired by a darkly humorous German tale from 1865.
LeftMax ja Moritz, 1968
For her new designs, Maija carried out test prints in original colors first and then in black and white. In this way, she obtained the desired screens and saw how colors with strong contrasts affected the patterns. According to the many color swatches, Maija experimented repeatedly before she found the ideal color combination. A great number of color tests were performed in the 1960s and 1970s. Sometimes up to fifty tests were done for one pattern. At that time color charts like Pantone did not exist, so Maija created her own color charts. She mixed the desired hue in gouache before painting. Then she showed it to Marimekkos paint workshop. Maija had an amazing eye for color.
Marimekko shop, Piironki, on Fabian street in the center of Helsinki, 1964. Piironki specialized in interior fabrics. Photo: Design Museo
Maija Isolaart, fabric, marimekko
Maija Isola (19272001) was the textile designer hired by Marimekko. Her most famous print, Unikko, has become the most recognizable icon of the Marimekko Company.Her early work was inspired by nature, and her f i r s t pr in t s were crea ted through a photographic process where-by actual plants were projected onto a screen. As she matured, her designs became bolder and less detailed, con-taining large areas of color.Her travels also played a role in her designs; she spent time in Yugoslavia, Italy and Algeria, incorporating stylistic elements from these varied cultures. These experiences gave her a vast pal-ette from which to draw, and this range is clearly evident in her far-ranging designs.Most of the contents of this book are her textile works but also her lifestyle is featured. This is a valuable title for all sort of designers, textile lovers, those w h o a r e i n t e r e s t e d i n N o r t h e r n European designs, and by all means for Marimekko fans all over the world.
ContentsChapter 1: The beginning of Maija Isolas legendChapter 2: Work, Travel, Life / SketchbookChapter 3: Maijas late years, and legacy
Art / Design / FashionSize: 210 x 148mmPages: 160p (Full color)Bound: SoftboundISBN: 978-4-7562-4366-9Release date: March 2013Price: 2,400
William Morris: Father of Modern design and PatternTextile, Book & editorial designs and More
William Morris (1834 - 1896) was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and even a liber tarian socialist. His flower patterns are well-known world-wide, but his other design works such as editorial and font design are also worth watching and appreciating.This book presents not only his textile pat terns but also book design, font design, posters, stamps and various artworks including painting, all of which will become precious reference for desingers as well as for art lovers.
Art / Illustration & DesignSize: 257 x 186mm Pages: 296p (Full Color)Bound: SoftboundISBN: 978-4-7562-4336-2Release date: March 2013Price: 2,800
Traditional Japanese Stencil Patterns (with dVd)1600 images of Ise Katagami from Isetan Mitsukoshi collection
This is a resource book of traditional Japanese stencil pat terns, named Isekatagami, which is said to be ini-tially created 1000 years ago. The pat-terns are still used for kimono, obi and many other Japanese fabrics. Isetan Mis tukoshi , a Japanese up-sca le department store chain and a collector of those precious patternsmocks, has generously decided to open their collec-tion to public in book form with those patterns in JPEG and PNG format for use. This book will definitely be a pre-cious resource for texitle and fashion p ro fess iona ls as we l l a s g raph ic designers. The accompanying booklet contains the designs of Furoshik i, J a p a ne s e w r a pp ing f a b r i c , w i t h Isekatagami patterns on it.
Japanese Culture / Clip Art / DesignSize: 240 x 176mmPages: 362p (4 Color / 2 Color) Bound: Softbound with plastic jacket + DVD-ROM + small bookletISBN: 978-4-7562-4330-0Release date: January 2013Price: 3,600
MANGAThe Pre-History of Japanese Comics
The influence of manga on international comics had grown considerably over the past two decades. The origins of manga can be traced back to the Edo Period (1603 - 1868) of Japanese history, specifically to popular type of books using ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints. These books con-tained humorous content and featured humans, fantastical creatures and even references to celebrities of the period. As literacy rose in Japan throughout the 18th Century (part of the Edo Period) and in to the 19 th and ear ly 20 th Century (the Meiji Period), these kind of illustrated novels became popular and it is from here that we actually get the first recorded use of the term manga to describe a words-and-pictures based story.This book includes original works of manga dated from 17th to early 20th Century. It is a great source book for graphic designers as well as comic book artists, and also Japanese art lov-ers who can find some great works of well-known ukiyo-e ar tists such as K u n i y o s h i U t a g a w a , H o k u s a i Katsushika, and Yoshitoshi Tsukioka. The book will present works in chrono-logical order. * This book contains a small amount of artistic nudity.
Art / Japanese CultureSize: 210 x 148mmPages: 280p (240 in color)Bound: SoftboundISBN: 978-4-7562-4357-7Release date: March 2013Price: 2,800
Girly & Cute Graphics
The girly image has been having unfail-ing power with great impact these days, which attract a broad range of audience. This is the third edition of our Girly Graphics series, featuring current adver-tisements, catalogues, posters, shop cards, direct mail and logos. The works will be classified by the image words such as Glamorous & Poisonous, Sweet & Natural, Pop & Rock and Romantic & Fairy tale. Color palette will be included on the front page of each chapter.
Contents:Glamorous & Poisonous / Sweet & Natural / Pop & Rock / Romantic & Fairy tale / Logo & Mark
Design / GraphicSize: 306mm x 230mmPages: 200p (Full Color)Bound: HardboundISBN: 978-4-7562-4313-3Release date: January 2013Price: 9,800
Ornament and Initial : Beauty of Graphic design, 17 - 20th Century
This enthusiastic selection of typo-graphic fonts and styles, from 17th to early 20th century in Europe, traces the modern evolution of the printed letter, reproducing pages from exquisitely designed catalogs and books showing type. Also included are borders, orna-ments, initial letters and decorations and many magnificent examples.This will be a valuable reference book for graphic designers and students studying design, and will be a complet-ed edition of typography in Medieval and Modern European history.
About the Author:Cees W. de Jong is a designer and pub-lisher based in Laren, the Netherlands. He has published numerous books on design, architecture and art, and is now working as a design/publishing consul-tant and author. He has also published many books on graphic design. His books include Type: A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles 1628-1900 (2009/08 ) and Type: A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles 1901-1938 by Taschen America Llc (2010/3)