Visual Aid: Volume 2: You Can Never Know Enough Stuff

Visual Aid: Volume 2: You Can Never Know Enough Stuff


By (author) Draught Associates

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  • Publisher: Black Dog Publishing Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 160 pages
  • Dimensions: 126mm x 172mm x 12mm | 281g
  • Publication date: 20 October 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1906155836
  • ISBN 13: 9781906155834
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  • Sales rank: 67,585

Product description

Following on from the successful "Visual Aid: Stuff You've Forgotten, Things You Never Thought You Knew and Lessons You Didn't Quite Get Around to Learning," "Visual Aid 2" delves deeper into the factual world, looking at the informative, useful and quirky things we have all been told about, may have once known, or probably should know. "Visual Aid 2" is presented in the same small, accessible size, with fun, unique imagery that appeals to all ages, making this a colorful visually charming book that it is impossible not to get drawn into. "Visual Aid 2" is devoted to the areas of food and cooking; sports and games; the animal kingdom; history; science and society among many others, providing a diverse range of both useful and eccentric information. So if you've ever asked yourself these questions- 'When did man start to walk upright?', 'Where's the language of Xhosa spoken?' or 'How many positions are there in yoga?' then this is the book for you. "Visual Aid 2" presents these facts in a colorful, engaging and distinctly visual way. You won't be able to put it down!

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Featured on Britique Blog, Design Week, Dirty Mouse, Graffik Blog, Original Linkage. 'Reminds you of stuff you've since forgotten in a fog of drugs and booze' Dazed "One hundred things to do with your body' 6-page feature in The Times.