4 edition of Things to make with everyday objects found in the catalog.
Things to make with everyday objects
Instructions for using easily obtainable materials to make simple, useful objects, including toys, games, decoration, and gifts.
|Statement||by Kevin Goldstein-Jackson ; illustrated by Pamela Mara.|
|LC Classifications||TT160 .G63 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||79022045|
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This book brings together a team of contributors from across the social sciences who have been taking 'things' more seriously to examine how people relate to objects. The contributors focus on every day objects and how these objects enter into our activities over the course of time. Soetsu Yanagi ( – ) was a philosopher and art historian who came to specialise in the folk crafts of his native Japan. The Beauty of Everyday Things collects several of his essays into one volume celebrating the simplicity and anonymous artistry of Japanese handicrafts.. For the author, the humble beauty of well made household things is more important than the showy beauty of fine.
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Get this from a library. Things to make with everyday objects. [Kevin Goldstein-Jackson]. This book brings together a team of contributors from across the social sciences who have been taking 'things' more seriously to examine how people relate to objects.
The contributors focus on every day objects and how these objects enter into our activities over the course of time.
Things to make with everyday objects. [Kevin Goldstein-Jackson; Pamela Mara] -- Instructions for using easily obtainable materials to make simple, useful objects, including toys, games, decoration, and gifts.
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