Since 1972, Bhutan has been attracting international attention as the only country in the world that quantifies its well-being by GNH
The charming duotone illustrations bring Sendak's signature style of simple whimsy to one of the most beloved stories of all time
"There's a tactility to what we do. In a sense, that's what good print design is -- good print design is objects that we remember...."
A peek inside the creative process of modern animation's greatest gems -- including " A Bug's Life" and "Cars" -- from sketchbook to screen
An awesome, nerdy treat for foodies and musicologists alike, this book includes pieces from Mario Batali, David Chang, and others
This magnificent volume celebrates the 75th anniversary of "The Hobbit" with 110 beautiful ink line drawings, watercolors, and sketches
In his book, Christian Smith argues that much of contemporary theory and thought on self is incomplete, short-sighted, and even misguided
The timelessly sensible blueprint to a healthy relationship with food, now delivered with Kalman's characteristically colorful aesthetic
"It is difficult now to imagine how some of the great turning points in Western history could have been achieved without the book"
Daniel Kahneman, legendary psychologist and Nobel laureate, on how we think about error, risk, and more in his new intellectual memoir
An impossibly charming illustrated almanac of gods and goddesses from Sanjay Patel, an animator at Pixar since "A Bug's Life"
"Tollbooth" is one of the most celebrated kid's books of all time, but also one of those rare children's books with lessons for grown-ups
A look at French-born activist Frédéric Back's beautiful short film about harmony and the tragic entitlement of our species
In "Master and His Emissary," Iain McGilchrist argues that the formal structures of modern society dangerously favor the left brain
Over the past several years, our quest to extract meaning from information has taken us more and more toward the realm of visual storytelling
A reminder about cultivating unconditional acceptance of idiosyncrasies from the talented husband and wife team behind Eight Hour Day
On January 1, 2010, the artist and illustrator decided to spend an entire year photographing, drawing, or painting one collection every day
This film tells the story of the skeleton from the cover of "Macbeth" falling in love with Mina Harker, who is found on the cover of "Dracula"
The British artist's new book tells the story of a few adventurous birds, but it's really a story about love, overcoming fear, and being human
The Library of America celebrates Ward's work in "Lynd Ward: Six Novels in Woodcuts," which includes pieces made between 1929 and 1937