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Color Scheme: An Irreverent History of Art and Pop Culture in Color Palettes

A visually pleasing palette of colors and artworks. At times, the book is a bit too deep or ethereal for the everyday reader, not unlike walking through an art museum. But that isn’t reason enough to deny this book a spot on any public library’s shelves.

Immortal Axes: Guitars That Rock

Rock’s popularity has lately been eclipsed by rap and electronic dance music, but Johnson enthusiastically reminds readers about the dominance of raging, explosive electric guitars and the fiery guitarists who helped define music during the last half of the 20th century.
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Emotional Robots: A Question of Existence

This graphic novel is structured like a children’s picture book, which complements the genre well. The illustrations are simple in execution, but full of hidden gems which heighten the overall comedy significantly. The tone is a hybrid of A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo, by John Oliver, and Pat the Zombie: A Cruel (Adult) Spoof, by Aaron Ximm. It tackles primarily political topics and contains mature content; it would be great for any adult graphic novel collection.
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The Healing Garden: Herbs for Health and Wellness

Soule’s enjoyable and reflective book will appeal to gardeners and botanists of all varieties. This is a good resource for those who wish to explore the realm of healing herbs and all the growing, gathering, storing, and making formulations that that entails.
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Modern Fabric: Twenty-Five Designers on Their Inspiration and Craft

Not a “how-to” or technical presentation but an exploration into the creative lives of contemporary fabric designers. This should appeal to quilters, sewers, and designers, both hobbyists and professionals.

A Slice Through America: A Geological Atlas

A must for anyone who appreciates geology or antique atlases and maps.
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Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me a Bauhaus: Profiles in Architecture and Design

Long-form, tangy treats for all observers.

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Tom Kundig: Working Title

For large, comprehensive architecture collections.
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This Is What Democracy Looked Like: A Visual History of the Printed Ballot

For all American history and graphic design collections.
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