100 diagrams that changed the world : from the earliest cave paintings to the innovation of the iPodLanguage : EnglishOther(s) title(s) : One hundred diagrams that changed the world : from the earliest cave paintings to the innovation of the iPod.New York : Plume, copyright 2012224 or. : kol. eta z.-b. ir. ; 24 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeISBN : 978-0-452-29877-4.Visual communicationAbstract | Critique
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A collection of the most important ideas, theories, and concepts of all time.
100 diagrams that changed the world is a fascinating collection of the most significant plans, sketches, drawings, and illustrations that have influenced and shaped the way we think. From primitive cave paintings to the complicated DNA helix drawn by Crick and Watson, they chart dramatic breakthroughs in our understanding of the world and its history. Arranged chronologically, each diagram is accompanied by informative text that makes even the most scientific breakthroughs accesible to all.
Beautifully illustrated in four-color, this book will not only inform but also entertain as it demonstrates how the power of a single drawing can enhance, change, or even revolutionize our understanding of the world. With its iconic images and powerful explanations, 100 diagrams that changed the world is the perfect gift for anyone interested in culture, history, or science.