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Menu Design in Europe

Steven Heller

Menu Design in Europe
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Product info / Cechy produktu
Rodzaj (nośnik) / Item type książka / book
Dział / Department Książki i czasopisma / Books and periodicals
Autor / Author Steven Heller
Tytuł / Title Menu Design in Europe
Język / Language angielski
Wydawca / Publisher Taschen
Rok wydania / Year published 2024
   
Rodzaj oprawy / Cover type Twarda
Wymiary / Size 25.0x32.0
Liczba stron / Pages 448
Ciężar / Weight 3,4300 kg
   
ISBN 9783836578738 (9783836578738)
EAN/UPC 9783836578738
Stan produktu / Condition nowy / new - sprzedajemy wyłącznie nowe nieużywane produkty
A culinary and graphic travelogue through Europe
Jim Heimann’s new book on Menu Design in Europe is a mouthwatering feast for the eyes, featuring hundreds of European menus from the early 19th century to the end of the millennium. At once a history of continental cuisine and a sprawling survey of graphic styles, Menu Design in Europe satisfies the craving for foodies and design enthusiasts alike.

The dominance of French cuisine provided the template for the culinary delights that spread throughout (and beyond) the continent. As restaurants and dining experiences increased in the 19th century, the need for a more formal presentation of available items resulted in a range of printed menus that could be both extravagant and simple. The 1891 menu from Paris’s Le Grand Vefour, with its intricate die-cut design, evokes a bustling Belle Epoque bistro, while the 1932 menu from London’s Royal Palace Hotel transports you to the bar at a spirited, Jazz Age nightspot. On the opposite side of the design spectrum, the menu for the mid-century Lasserre restaurant expresses a surrealistic simplicity. A range of stylistic decades is represented, from masterpieces of Art Nouveau and Art Deco to the graphic appropriations of the German Democratic Republic. Also showcased are the Michelin awarded restaurants of the celebrity chef–era and rarities such as a German military menu from World War II.

More than just bills of fare, these menus often represent a memorable dining experience, at times being presented with as much care and attention to detail as the meal itself. So, although one cannot sit in La Tour D’Argent in 1952 and sample its famous duck dish Le Caneton Tour d’Argent, we can surely imagine what it was like when looking at the waterfowl-themed illustration displaying the night’s offerings. Featuring an essay by graphic design historian Steven Heller and captions by leading ephemerist and antiquarian book dealer Marc Selvaggio, Menu Design In Europe features menus from leading collectors and institutions, providing a sumptuous visual banquet and historical document of two centuries of culinary traditions.


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