Loose Leaf is a ‘hybrid format’ limited edition publication featuring commissioned and previously unpublished artworks. Packaged in an ‘unbound format allows the viewer to edit, select, and reshuffle images on an ongoing basis.’ A lovely project from Tom Crabtree at Manual out of San Francisco, check out the Loose Leaf website for more information.
Don’t know much about Lisbon based +2 Designers other than they are Portuguese (duh!) and they make some rather lovely editorial work. (via the always smashing MagCulture)
I’ve been meaning to post this for a while. UNDERSCORE N°1: THE ___ ISSUE is the first issue of a magazine that was launched in conjunction with the Singapore Design Festival 2009. To put it very simply, it is about the quality of life. Thanks to Steph for getting in touch.
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Kilimanjaro is a poster-size publication involved with experimental visual culture. Olu Michael, Kil’s editor and publisher, has recently been appointed as POP‘s new Art Director. Now on its 8th issue, which is presented in a beautiful box set and is true treasure to anyone interested in contemporary creative disciplines.
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Human Resources regular Patrick Fry got in touch with news about his recently completed project titled No.Zine. It is a self initiated series of zines featuring a collection of young artists, writers, illustrators, photographers and designers. With the idea being that each of the zine’s content is based around the number of its issue. So really it’s a celebration of the power in numbers and how everything around us can relate to them.
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Mainstudio produce lovely publications and have recently created the visual identity for Arnhem Fashion Biennale. They are also working on the next issue of Mark. Continue reading ‘Arnhem by MAINSTUDIO’
Minoture was produced by Gavillet & Rust in support of the exhibition at the Print Room in Geneva.
Via Thinking for a Living
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“Jacques is America’s only new luxury erotic magazine; catering to a contemporary audience who yearns for the beautiful centerfolds of yesteryear.
Published quarterly, Jacques celebrates a return to the origins of the pulp title; edgy opinion, arousing interviews and fiery fiction blended with unparalleled pictorials illustrating the real beauty of real women”
GDloft created this catalogue design for the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Philadelphia Design Competition. Using a variable printing technique, each cover is a different colour of a predetermined spectrum; thus, making each catalogue entirely unique – no two pieces are identical. Pretty cool.
Thanks to 160over90 for giving us the heads up.
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viction:ary produce lovely publications, and they just so happened to have created one of my favourite design books from 2008 - Printwork.
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Super seductive illustration from boy wonder Arn0. Part of the amazing Debut Art Agency.
The new tabloid from Prada’s Spring/Summer 09 collection. Art directed by AMO, with the help of the extremely talented Jeruniverse.
“An exploration of the collection’s domain of inspiration by AMO: divinity, tribalism and primitive symbolism – graphically represented through the dialogue of references between fashion and imagery.”
Amazing mix of photography, illustration and fashion, read on!
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Warfield is the Creative Director at Un.titled. This is his personal site, some really interesting stuff, like this Mexican based zine, Eclectica.
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