Table of contents for Sketchbook : conceptual drawings from the world's most influential designers and creatives / Timothy O'Donnell.

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[a-head] Contents
Section one: Rough
Chris Bigg, v23, Isle of Wight, England
Paul Fuog, Co-op, Melbourne, Australia
Michael Bierut, Pentagram, New York
Sam Potts, Sam Potts, Inc., New York
Stefan Bucher, 344 Design, Los Angeles
Morag Myerscough, Studio Myerscough, London
Q+A: James Victore
Designer, instructor, School of Visual Arts, New York 
Section two: Refined
Eva Jiricna, Architects, London
Jason Munn, The Small Stakes, Oakland, California
Frederic Green and Frank W. Ochenfels III, Los Angeles
Rian Hughes, Device, London
Davor Bruketa, Bruketa & Zinic, Zagreb, Croatia
Joris Maltha and Daniel Gross, Catalogtree, Netherlands
Q+A: Ralph Caplan
Design consultant, author, and director emeritus, International Design Conference 
Section three: Random
Marian Bantjes, Bowen Island, British Columbia, Canada
Gary Baseman, Los Angeles
Lance Wyman, New York
Richard Niessen, Niessen & DeVries, Netherlands
Ayse Birsel and Bibi Seck, Birsel + Seck, New York
Dave Eggers, McSweeney's, San Francisco
Johnny Hardstaff, London
Daljit Singh, Digit, London
Rob O'Connnor, Stylorouge, London
Marco Fiedler, Vier5, Paris
Delaware, Tokyo 
Ivan Chermayeff, Chermayeff & Geismar, New York
Stephen Doyle, Doyle Partners, New York
Brian Taylor, Candykiller, Dundee, Scotland
Q+A: Frank R. Wilson, M.D.
Neurologist, author of The Hand
Section four: Revealed
The sketches that went into the creation of this book 
About the Author 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Artists' preparatory studies.