An Atlas of Es Devlin
The first monograph on artist Es Devlin’s genre-defying practice
A dark green book cover. At the top in bright green, all capital letters is the title "A Dark, A Light, a Bright" stacked asymmetrically. At the bottom is the subtitle "The designs of Dorothy Liebes"; this text is left justified and inset with a black-and-white photograph of hands at a loom.
A Dark, A Light, A Bright: The Designs of Dorothy Liebes
Cooper Hewitt's monograph on celebrated American modernist Dorothy Liebes
Designing Peace: Building a Better Future Now
An intersectional exploration of design for peace
The Architecture of Health: Hospital Design and the Construction of Dignity
The Architecture of Health is a story about the design and life of hospitals.
Book cover with the title "Herbert Bayer: Inspiration and Process in Design". The top half of the cover is a color block of orange-red with white lettering over it. The bottom half is a black-and-white image of a folded sheet of paper that reads "bauhaus". Superimposed on this image are a pencil, blocks, a sphere, and a large triangular shape.
Herbert Bayer: Inspiration and Process in Design
This book, written by Ellen Lupton, explores the evolution of Herbert Bayer's design process, from his student works featuring hand lettering to mechanically printed typography and hyperreal photo illustrations.
A vertical book cover. The title "E. McKnight Kauffer: The Artist in Advertising" appears at the top in a san serif font in red and teal. The background of the cover is a detail from a larger image. The part shown is a yellow and brown arch over fields of beige, brown, and teal. A man on a motorcycle, rendered if grayscale, appears at the lower right, positioned as if he is riding on the arch.
E. McKnight Kauffer: The Artist in Advertising
Cooper Hewitt's groundbreaking monograph on the work of graphic artist E. McKnight Kauffer.
Health Design Thinking: Creating Products and Services for Better Health
As health care systems around the globe struggle to expand access, improve outcomes, and control costs, Health Design Thinking offers a new approach for designing dynamic, responsive health care products and services.
Rectangular book cover featuring a photograph of three fashion models. The two on the right wear oversized garments and headpieces with dramatic makeup while the model on the left wears graphic black-and-white fabric and sunglasses. Overlaid in white is the text Willi Smith: Street Couture.
Willi Smith: Street Couture
Fashion designer Willi Smith, pioneer of streetwear and visionary collaborator, finally gets his due in an exuberant celebration of his life and work.
Digital rendering of a vertical book cover. The title, in large, black letters, that spans four lines reads "Nature: Collaborations in Design". The words are a blend of a serif and a san serif typeface. The background is white. Within the text of the title, two amoeba-like shapes overlap. One of these shapes is a blurry blend of red, orange, and blue. At the bottom of the cover reads "Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial / co-organized with Cube design museum".
Nature: Collaborations in Design
With design, we have the ability to become active agents in our relationship with nature. Nature: Collaborations in Design is a companion to the exhibition Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial, co-organized with Cube design museum.