100 Sexiest Women100 Sexiest Women
FHM UK – 100 Sexiest Women in the World 2014
FHM is every guy’s guy. Each issue dishes out awesome features on babes, pop culture, sex and relationships, sports, fashion, technology and everything else on men’s lifestyle. Never boorish. Just sexy, funny, useful and interactive – all the time!
100 Weight Loss Bowls100 Weight Loss Bowls
100 Weight Loss Bowls: Build your own calorie-controlled diet plan
Putting all the food for a meal into one bowl might sound like an odd way to lose weight. But this method creates portion control while also contributing to a balanced diet. Every recipe in this book has a label to denote whether it’s under 300, 400, or 600 calories. Many recipes also have flags to signify whether they’re dairy free, gluten free, or vegan, helping you ensure you’re not going to eat anything that might cause concern.
100 Weight Loss Bowls includes these features:
100 delicious recipes for breakfast, brunch, portable meals, quick meals, and comfort food
Different kinds of bowls, including pho, grain, smoothie, rice, poke, acai, and Buddha
Expert advice on how to build meal plans to help you meet your weight loss goals
Because 100 Weight Loss Bowls contains a variety of recipes-such as fruit and oatmeal, fish and rice, and noodles and vegetables as well as recipes inspired by international cuisine-you might never need to eat from a plate again!
2050 Designing Our Tomorrow2050 Designing Our Tomorrow
2050: Designing Our Tomorrow describes the ways in which architecture and design can engage with the key drivers of change and provide affirmative aspirations for a not-so distant future. With a focal date of 2050, this issue of AD asks when and how the design community can, should, and must be taking action. The discussion centres on shifts in the urban environment and an established way of life in a world of depleted natural resources and climate change. Featuring interviews with Paola Antonelli of MoMA and Tim Brown of IDEO, it includes contributions from thought leaders, such as Janine Benyus, Thomas Fisher, Daniel Kraft, Alex McDowell, Franz Oswold, and Mark Watts. High-profile designers like FutureCitiesLab, SHoP, and UrbanThinkTank, are featured as examples of forward thinking and innovation in the field, highlighting the need for — and possibility of — a shift in the global perspective. The discussion includes the challenges we face in creating a positive tomorrow, and the solutions that architecture and design can bring to the table.
Despite the proliferation of global crises possibly threatening human survival, our current moment provides the opportunity to write a new, positive story about our future. 2050: Designing Our Tomorrowdescribes how the design community can contribute to that vision by asserting positive aspirations for the worlds we create ourselves.
- See how architects and designers inspire global positive change
- Consider architecture’s role in shaping cultural outlook
- Learn the key drivers of change for the built environment
- Explore the perspectives of leading experts and designers
Architects and planners over the centuries have put a stamp upon the planet through the physical manifestations of their belief structures. Today’s design community faces a rising wealth gap, climate change, shifting paradigms of nationalism, and myriad other challenges. 2050: Designing Our Tomorrowphrases global issues as a design problem, and describes how architects and designers can rise to the challenge of creating a more positive future.
575+ Spanish verbs575+ Spanish verbs
Webster’s New World 575+ Spanish Verbs
Your one-stop reference for Spanish verbs
Mastering Spanish verbs is a tough job for students learning the language, but now it’s easier than ever! Whether you’re studying the language in school or translating a report for work, Webster’s New World 575+ Spanish Verbs is the only verb reference you need. This handy resource lists verbs alphabetically in every mood and tense, complete with their idiomatic forms-so you’ll not only know how to use a verb, but when to use it, too.
Webster’s New World 575+ Spanish Verbs is the best Spanish verb reference money can buy, packed with more verbs and more extra features, like:
* A comprehensive review of the rules of Spanish conjugation
* More than 1,500 additional verbs in their infinitive form, fully cross-referenced
* Multiple sample sentences that demonstrate common usage for each verb
* An appendix of irregular verbs to cut down on confusion
* A full English-to-Spanish index of all the verbs in the book
A History of Western ArtA History of Western Art
Appropriate for one-semester art history surveys or historically-focused art appreciation classes, A History of Western Art, Fifth Edition, combines sound scholarship, lavish visuals, and a lively narrative to provide students with an accessible and engaging introduction to art history. Focusing on the Western canon, the text presents a compelling chronological narrative from prehistory to the present. A non-Western supplement, World Views: Topics in Non-Western Art, addresses specific areas of non-Western art and augments the Western chronology by illustrating moments of thematic relationships and cross-cultural contact.
Acoustic GuitarsAcoustic Guitars
Acoustic Guitars: The Illustrated Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive guide of its type ever produced, covering decades of great instruments and the people who played them. You will find here the highest quality photos of acoustic guitars produced by every significant maker, from Alvarez to Zemaitis, plus detailed information, and a host of action pictures of important players from pop, rock, jazz, country classical, blues, and folk.
An acoustic guitar need not be a simple brown box with a neck attached. Acoustic Guitars: The Illustrated Encyclopedia celebrates the unusual, the different and the purely bizarre in addition to the assured roots-based craft of the finest unadorned instruments, underlining the sheer diversity and variety of the acoustic stringed instruments that have been built and sold and played through three centuries.
Here are resonator guitars made since the 1920s by Dobro, National, and others, often with highly decorated metal bodies; revered flat-tops from Martin, Taylor, Gibson, and more; peculiarly shaped and oddly featured creations from many of the custom builders; early 20th-century harp guitars with extra strings and extended bodies; creative archtops from D’Angelico, Epiphone, Benedetto, and more; and plastic-equipped constructions from Ovation.
The comprehensive and informative text is in a clear A-to-Z format organized by brand name, written and researched by a unique team of the world’s leading authorities on the subject. Acoustic Guitars: The Illustrated Encyclopedia shows in words and pictures just why and how the acoustic guitar continues to be the most popular musical instrument in the world.
Advertising Shits in Your HeadAdvertising Shits in Your Head
Advertising Shits in Your Head calls adverts what they are—a powerful means of control through manipulation—and highlights how people across the world are fighting back. It diagnoses the problem and offers practical tips for a DIY remedy. Faced with an ad-saturated world, activists are resisting, equipped with stencils, printers, high-visibility vests, and utility tools. With case studies from both sides of the Atlantic, this book showcases the ways in which small groups are taking on corporations and states at their own game: propaganda. This international edition includes an illustrated introduction from Josh MacPhee, case studies and interviews with Art in Ad Places, Public Ad Campaign, Resistance Is Female; Brandalism, and Special Patrol Group, plus photography from Luna Park and Jordan Seiler.