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Ad Nauseam: the back to school book for budding ad-cynics.

Thanks to Carrie McLaren I got myself a copy of the Survivor's Guide to American Consumer Culture as seen here, posing on a pile of sick bags wit

Nouveau? Or not. The book from french Badland-King Joe la pompe

Joe La Pompe, the anonymous French guy who has been publishing twin ads on the web for almost as long as I have been Badlanding ads, has published a b

Adland: Searching for the Meaning of Life on a Branded Planet

"With a unique blend of humor and insight, Othmer guides us through this rapidly changing business and lets us see the direction in which it is h
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The obvious comeback from Apple's campaign: "Microsoft spends more on ads than fixing Vista"

This idea probably formed faster than anyone can say "Vista", this comeback was practically handed to Apple on a silver platter - summation:

Dabitch wants the ABCD3D book for Xmas!

I want this book pretty dang bad, ABC3D is as much a work of art as it is a pop-up book - each letter moves and some turn into other letters when you

Jonathan Salem Baskin - Why did you write "Branding only works on cattle?"

I haven't read the book yet, hence it's unrated (if you have read it feel free to share your views).

Alex White - "Advertising design and typography" - the new bible book for budding designers.

When I first spotted this book, I thought I had died and gone to heaven.

Forget All the Rules You Ever Learned About Graphic Design: Including the Ones in this Book

Bob Gill is a genius when it comes to graphic design, and this book is the proof of it.


The quick-hit format gives designers easy access to creative ideas.

Graphic Design as a Second Language: Bob Gill (Hands on Graphics)

This publication is part of the Handson Graphics series - an exciting and unique collection exploring the work of respected and highly talented intern