Pagina principaleGruppiConversazioniAltroStatistiche
Questo sito utilizza i cookies per fornire i nostri servizi, per migliorare le prestazioni, per analisi, e (per gli utenti che accedono senza fare login) per la pubblicità. Usando LibraryThing confermi di aver letto e capito le nostre condizioni di servizio e la politica sulla privacy. Il tuo uso del sito e dei servizi è soggetto a tali politiche e condizioni.
Hide this

Risultati da Google Ricerca Libri

Fai clic su di un'immagine per andare a Google Ricerca Libri.

Pencils you should know : a history of the…
Sto caricando le informazioni...

Pencils you should know : a history of the ultimate writing utensil in 75… (edizione 2020)

di Caroline Weaver

UtentiRecensioniPopolaritàMedia votiConversazioni
17Nessuno979,884 (5)Nessuno
"From the humble, handcrafted pencil of the nineteenth century to the novelty writing implement of the 1990s, each object in this book tells a different story. Trace the history of the pencil over time and across the globe, and discover everything you need to know about this simple yet ingenious invention"--"Pencils You Should Know traces the evolution of pencils over time and across the globe. From the humble, handcrafted pencil of the 19th century to the novelty writing implement of the 1990s, each object in this book tells a different story. This book features a selection of 75 modern and vintage pencils curated by pencil powerhouse Caroline Weaver, owner of legendary New York pencil emporium CW Pencil Enterprise. Pencil fanatics will find old favorites here-the original Blackwing 602 puts in an appearance, of course-and make exciting new discoveries, too. The long, skinny book was designed to emulate a brand new box of pencils. Vintage pencils and accessories are photographed against vibrant, colorful backgrounds and accompanied by Weaver's insightful commentary. A pocket-sized love letter to one of the most important inventions in human historyThis supremely charming little book celebrates the enduring magic of the pencil.Trace the history of the pencil over time and across the globe, and discover everything you need to know about this simple yet ingenious invention. A great book for pencil collectors, admirers, historians, artists, writers-anyone who gets excited about the new Palomino Blackwing, a perfectly sharpened No. 2 Ticonderoga Fans of The Pencil by Henry Petroski, How to Sharpen Pencils by David Rees and John Hodgman, and The Pencil Perfect by Caroline Weaver will want this in their collection. The perfect gift for pencil devotees, analog and vintage ephemera lovers, designers, and fans of CW Pencil Enterprise"--… (altro)
Utente:Buntkc
Titolo:Pencils you should know : a history of the ultimate writing utensil in 75 anecdotes
Autori:Caroline Weaver
Info:San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2020.
Collezioni:La tua biblioteca, Kitchen
Voto:
Etichette:Nessuno

Informazioni sull'opera

Pencils You Should Know: A History of the Ultimate Writing Utensil in 75 Anecdotes (Gift for Creatives, Vintage and Antique Pencils throughout History) di Caroline Weaver

Nessuno.

Nessuno
Sto caricando le informazioni...

Iscriviti per consentire a LibraryThing di scoprire se ti piacerà questo libro.

Attualmente non vi sono conversazioni su questo libro.

Nessuna recensione
nessuna recensione | aggiungi una recensione
Devi effettuare l'accesso per contribuire alle Informazioni generali.
Per maggiori spiegazioni, vedi la pagina di aiuto delle informazioni generali.
Titolo canonico
Titolo originale
Titoli alternativi
Data della prima edizione
Personaggi
Luoghi significativi
Eventi significativi
Film correlati
Premi e riconoscimenti
Epigrafe
Dedica
Incipit
Citazioni
Ultime parole
Nota di disambiguazione
Redattore editoriale
Elogi
Lingua originale
DDC/MDS Canonico

Risorse esterne che parlano di questo libro

Wikipedia in inglese

Nessuno

"From the humble, handcrafted pencil of the nineteenth century to the novelty writing implement of the 1990s, each object in this book tells a different story. Trace the history of the pencil over time and across the globe, and discover everything you need to know about this simple yet ingenious invention"--"Pencils You Should Know traces the evolution of pencils over time and across the globe. From the humble, handcrafted pencil of the 19th century to the novelty writing implement of the 1990s, each object in this book tells a different story. This book features a selection of 75 modern and vintage pencils curated by pencil powerhouse Caroline Weaver, owner of legendary New York pencil emporium CW Pencil Enterprise. Pencil fanatics will find old favorites here-the original Blackwing 602 puts in an appearance, of course-and make exciting new discoveries, too. The long, skinny book was designed to emulate a brand new box of pencils. Vintage pencils and accessories are photographed against vibrant, colorful backgrounds and accompanied by Weaver's insightful commentary. A pocket-sized love letter to one of the most important inventions in human historyThis supremely charming little book celebrates the enduring magic of the pencil.Trace the history of the pencil over time and across the globe, and discover everything you need to know about this simple yet ingenious invention. A great book for pencil collectors, admirers, historians, artists, writers-anyone who gets excited about the new Palomino Blackwing, a perfectly sharpened No. 2 Ticonderoga Fans of The Pencil by Henry Petroski, How to Sharpen Pencils by David Rees and John Hodgman, and The Pencil Perfect by Caroline Weaver will want this in their collection. The perfect gift for pencil devotees, analog and vintage ephemera lovers, designers, and fans of CW Pencil Enterprise"--

Non sono state trovate descrizioni di biblioteche

Descrizione del libro
Riassunto haiku

Link rapidi

Copertine popolari

Voto

Media: (5)
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5 2

Sei tu?

Diventa un autore di LibraryThing.

 

A proposito di | Contatto | LibraryThing.com | Privacy/Condizioni d'uso | Guida/FAQ | Blog | Negozio | APIs | TinyCat | Biblioteche di personaggi celebri | Recensori in anteprima | Informazioni generali | 155,782,218 libri! | Barra superiore: Sempre visibile