Chosen Books

Invited designers and commentators have chosen these as the books that inspire them and that have shaped their worldview or their ideas about design.
202 books
Perché un libro su Enzo Mari (Why Write a Book on Enzo Mari)
François Burkhardt et al.
Pictures on a Page
Harold Evans
Posters by the Members of the Alliance Graphique Internationale 1960–1985
Rudolph de Harak
Prague–New York
Ladislav Sutnar
Recollections of the Lyceum & Chautauqua Circuits
Irene Briggs DaBoll et al.
Révolution typographique
Jacques Damase
Revolutionary Soviet Film Posters
Mildred Constantine et al.
Robert Brownjohn: Sex and Typography
Emily King
Rock, Scissors, Paper
Takenobu Igarashi
Rodchenko and the Arts of Revolutionary Russia
David Elliott
Rolling Stone: The Illustrated Portraits
Fred Woodward
Rookledge’s International Typefinder
Christopher Perfect et al.
Rudo Spemann (1905-1947)
Friends of the Klingspor-Museum
The Russian Avant-Garde Book 1910–1934
Margit Rowell et al.
Russian Decorative Arts 1917-1937
Vladimir Tolstoy
Saul Steinberg
Harold Rosenberg
Schiff nach Europa
Markus Kutter
Ludwig Petzendorfer
Shapes for Sounds
Timothy Donaldson
Signs and Symbols
Adrian Frutiger
A Smile in the Mind
Beryl McAlhone et al.
Il Sogno della Merce (The Dream of Goods)
Jean Baudrillard et al.
Space Graphics
Takenobu Igarashi
Speak Italian: The Fine Art of the Gesture
Bruno Munari
Specimen Book and Catalogue, 1923
American Type Founders Company
The Stamp of Fantasy
Ute Eskildsen et al.
Stop Stealing Sheep & Find Out How Type Works
Erik Spiekermann