Sick of flat type? Go deep with 3D Typography (Mark Batty Publisher), a new book compiled by Jeanette Abbink and Emily CM Anderson. There's no need for 3-D glasses when paging through this stimulating collection, which showcases the work of more than 100 international designers, typographers, and artists. The works trade pixels, screens, and paper for new materials including human skin, neon, and meticulously trimmed moss. "If you're anything like us, you may never look at letters in quite the same way—and may even be inspired to undertake a project of your own," say Abbink and Anderson. "As we learned, potential letterforms are everywhere, just waiting to be cut, carved, knitted, grown, spun, melted, molded, hammered, flown—and otherwise reclaimed."