Get reading advice from the likes of Milton Glaser, Stefan Sagmeister, Cynthia Rowley, Tim Brown and many more at Designers & Books, a website that collects lists of books that design stars identify as personally important, meaningful and formative. Graphic designer Seymour Chwast views his favorite titles as "human-size 3-D objects," while Michael Bierut offers a delightful explanation of his Great Gasby pick: "In what other book does a billboard get to be a main character?" Glaser includes three titles by John Berger, who "is incapable of writing without astonishing you," while product designer Eva Zeisel, now 104, recommends Walter Crane's Line and Form. Meanwhile, Carin Goldberg's list of 36 titles promises to whip you into intellectual shape. "Reading is like working a muscle," says the designer, "the more one exercises the muscle, the stronger and more supple it gets."