This Is What Democracy Looked Like by Alicia Yin Cheng is the first book of its kind to look at the history of ballot design.
People Kissing: A Century of Photographs begins in the Victorian era and traces attitudes about kissing from “chaste” to “performance for the camera.”
The Pan-African scholar’s data visualizations about Black American progress after Emancipation have been compiled, for the first time, as a book.
Bruno Munari’s 1956 art book In the Darkness of the Night takes readers on an illustrated journey from night to morning.
Botanical Sketchbooks is a compendium of the diverse ways plants have been observed, studied, and immortalized in centuries of art.
Manuel Lima’s The Book of Circles explores centuries of circular visual expression, from representations of infinity to maps of the stars.
For her new book, Jeanine Michna-Bales photographed 100 sites along the Underground Railroad under cover of darkness.
A book published by Princeton Architectural Press gathers vintage photographs of people knitting, from Sojourner Truth to unidentified nudists.
Artists and designers through the age have imposed their visions of the present and future on an always-changing New York.
The New York-based Odyssey Works crafts incredibly personal journeys for one person, supported by an engaged community of artists.
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), a psychological test first published in 1943, doubles as an excellent poem.
What if you could escape the pains of daily existence by transforming into a goat?