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by Julian Rothenstein,Mel Gooding

Download Redstone Diary 2007: The Information Diary ePub
  • ISBN 1870003292
  • ISBN13 978-1870003292
  • Language English
  • Author Julian Rothenstein,Mel Gooding
  • Publisher Redstone (May 5, 2006)
  • Formats lit lrf mbr docx
  • Category Reference
  • Size ePub 1465 kb
  • Size Fb2 1238 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 537

The Redstone Diary for 2007 presents a dazzling sequence of charts, maps and diagrams, ancient and modern, from east and west, for a year of fascinating facts and stunning visuals. One week per page.

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The Redstone Diary for 2007 presents a dazzling sequence of charts, maps and diagrams, ancient and modern, from east and west, for a year of fascinating facts and stunning visuals. Spiral bound, with text and captions for the images in English, French, German, and Spanish.

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Julian Rothenstein (creator of our Gift division s popular Redstone line of. .Mel Gooding is an art critic, writer, and curator who has contributed extensively to magazines and newspapers.

Julian Rothenstein (creator of our Gift division s popular Redstone line of cards and calendars) turns his idiosyncratic eye towards eccentric alphabets, emblems, and logos discovered in avant-garde modernist publications and other curious sources. Hundreds of examples of graphic ephemera sit side-by-side in inimitable Redstone fashion, mixing peculiar charm with useful reference in one stunning package. Julian Rothenstein is a great gatherer and arranger of aged, amusing, bizarre, and beatiful art and artifacts.

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Redirected from Julian Rothenstein). Redstone Press is a London-based art book publisher that was founded in 1986 by Julian Rothenstein, the son of English portrait painter Duffy Ayers and her first husband, the painter and printmaker Michael Rothenstein. Redstone Press has been characterised as "a shining example of how books should be published. Their books are beautifully designed and flawlessly produced with fantastically original and entertaining content

As the blind photographer Evgen Bavcar writes, Photography must belong to the blind, who in their daily existence have learned to become the masters of camera obscura.

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one life
I have been using the Redstone Diary for about 10 years. It's a comfortable size, the wiro allows it to fold over. The left hand pages alsways have something very interesting on them that are thematically related throughout the book, and there's lots of pretty colored paper in the back to do whatever on. I tried a conventional one this year but it didn't last long-----no engrossing themes, didn't lie flat------nothing a little loopy about it at all.
I love Mercedes
The Redstone Diary is the only diary I buy from year to year. It is week on a page format; it's spiral bound on paper that is NOT glossy (I hate glossy paper); it has pockets for odd notes; and each year it has one theme that it pursues for all its illustrations. It's perfect.
SupperDom
I have been using the Redstone Diary series for about 5 or 6 years now. I am always amazed at their innovative themes for each year. Every week of this day planner features a picture relating to the theme. It can be an old piece of music, a page from a book, a diagram from a scientific paper, rock paintings, photographs, a piece of artwork or sculpture, etc. When they did music as a theme, there were instruments from around the globe and through time. Colors was a fun one with pages of text books marked up in different colored highliters.

This year's theme, Information, features a lot of diagrams and pie charts. It's only when your not reading the text that usually goes along with these charts and graphs do you realize how beautiful they can be. Among my favorites this year are "details from a Tibetan anatomical scroll", and a French diagram of the anatomy of a cow for butchers.

This was the first year I had trouble finding the Redstone Diary. I was told by my local bookstore that they had trouble getting it in because Redstone is now self-publishing. Well, the quality of the day calendar hasn't changed a bit. I especially like the large spaces for each day, the extra pages at the beginning and end and the folder pocket for all those things you tend to stick into the pages of your calendar.
Shalinrad
2007 will be my 7th year utilizing the Redstone Diary. Absolutely the best dayplanner- spiral-bound, pages broken down weekly, with enough space to write, margins and endpages to jot notes, and THE most interesting collections of art, photos, charts, etc... I like to imagine the editors slaving all year, mining the dustiest recesses of archives and the internet to find forgotten images that deserve the light of day.

If you're currently using another dayplanner, dump it. If you're using one of those Palm-Pilot/electronic organizer things, smash it. The future belongs to the analog loyalists.
Alsanadar
Every time I try to use something other than a Redstone Diary, my life goes hopelessly awry. Redstones are the perfect size, include extra pages in the front and back of the diary for notes, are wire-bound (so lie flat), include fun illustrations...the works. The daily space is large enough to include both scheduled meetings and things-to-do, without being so large it's difficult to see the entire week. Absolutely necessary for my sanity.
Najinn
With the Redstone Diaries, every year I organiza my life with a little touch of style.