September 12, 2014
by Jandré
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Coffee Table Books – A Brief but Oversized History

Says Zen Scribe, “The answer often depends on who asks the question.” Americans insist that David Brower, an American, invented the coffee table book during the 1960s. History, or at least the British variation of it, proves that the Brits … Continue reading

August 25, 2014
by Jaya

Publishers: From Editors and Designers to Curators and Marketers?

Once publishing was inherently tied to printing. Those who owned presses published books. “Printers & Publishers” went in the name of many companies. Later on, technology advanced, printing became more accessible, and one printer became easily substitutable with another. Publishing … Continue reading