When it comes to good design, and further, design that does good, Swiss designer and founder of Fuseproject, Yves Behar is probably one of the first names that comes to mind, so much so that he’s practically a household name: He’s the Chief Creative Officer of Jawbone, for one, plus he’s also redesigned the Sodastream, the NYC condom logo, and designed the laptop for One Laptop Per Child, a program that distributes low-cost laptops to underprivileged children worldwide. Needless to say, we were curious to know what inspires this visionary.
“A classic design book about the ideas that drove Bruno Munari, the pioneer of Italian design, and what drives design to this day.”
“From the godfather of surf culture, John Severson, photography, film and graphics that are both pioneering and visually inspiring. The pacing of the stories and images is perfect, both raw and authentic.”
“Art that surrounds us in our cities and in nature, from New York to Rio de Janeiro. In those mesmerizing images, we can’t forget that art makes us belong to the spaces that surround us.”
“This is a book about how Charles and Ray Eames lived a designer’s life, rather than worked a designer’s life. Surrounded by works, art, experiments and family, the full breadth of their work, and life, is better understood in this compendium of all things Eames.”
“Everything we know about California, but with a design lens. From Hollywood hills architecture to surf posters, pottery and fashion, it’s all California designed.”
“A book about the meaning of the objects in our lives, written in 1977 by the American design icon, George Nelson.”