books, glorious books

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Following on from yesterday's post I thought Id share a little wish list with you. My book wish list that is. There are many, but here are 5 near the top at the moment.

Charley Harper: An Illustrated Life
Handmade Nation: The Rise of DIY, Art, Craft and Design

Over and Over: A Catalog of Hand-Drawn Patterns

Printing by Hand: A Modern Guide to Printing with Handmade Stamps, Stencils and Silk Screens
Simply Pattern by Viction:ary

What's on your book wish list?

7 comments:

Emjie said...

I actually blogged my own wish list last week, which included a number of books. You can check it out here -
http://emjietreasures.blogspot.com/2008/09/my-wish-list.html

katiecrackernuts said...

A great book list. Thank you for commenting on my blog and I plan to have a good peek around yours. Expect a few more comments in the inbox.
Yes, roadside litter - I still see people throw things out from their cars. It's insane. Why do people think it's someone else's responsibility. Who raised them? Shame.
The reserve is on the Central Coast of NSW. It's called Kantara Reserve. There are also a number of national parks here, but for a council reserve in the middle of suburbia, isn't it magic? We walked for just over three hours and the landscape kept changing.

three buttons said...

Yay!! to first timers to OS!!

Where do you plan to go? I highly recommend Copenhagen, pattern, colour & good looking men aplenty ; )

Angela xx

mel bomba said...

I too would love the Charley Harper book, lots of illustration & inspiration, a bit too pricey for me even though it would be worth it.
Have a great weekend!

Net said...

Printing by Hand is on my wish list too. So is Wendy Mullen's "Home Stretch" (follow on from Sew You).

Have you seen the Charles Harper group on Flickr? It's great for browsing his illustrations while you wait to get your hands on a book of your own.

Loz and Dinny said...

Ooo this Charley Harper book looks fabulous - his animals are devine. If you love his stuff you may like an artist from Philidelphia Eleanor Grosch - www.pushmepullyoudesign.com. Thanks for commenting over at my blog - I love finding out who's reading and now I've just had a good squiz over here at yours! Seems like were both new to the blogging arena! x

Esti said...

I actually share some books on your wish list :)