Everyone knows what the distinctive curves and lines of Frank Gehry's buildings look like. But
where do they come from? Gehry has described drawing as his way of "thinking aloud"; Gehry
Draws traces that thinking through 32 major projects (both built and unbuilt) with more than 500
drawings (many of which have never before been published) and more than 400 additional
illustrations - providing a privileged view of the creative practice of a master architect.