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How clever is this awesome, anarchic book design for REVOLT? Designed by Paul Bedford, its  a great example of how a clever cover can really take a book to a new level.

That spine design is so simple but so clever. Loving it!








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The Book Design Blog | Book, Zine And Ed.. by The Book Design Blog - 11M ago

A while back we interviewed Alicja and Jules, the creative duo behind Create Zine, a publication they send out free to creative industry commissioners showcasing awesomely talented artists, designers, illustrators and photographers. They recently got in touch to tell us about some changes they’ve made to the zine, specifically changing from newsprint to recycled stock.

This small change really helps the work inside, giving the colours a bold, deep look, and it feels even better to the touch than the previous iterations did. The work inside really is phenomenal as well, with such a great mix of disciplines and styles.

If you’re interested in getting your work in the zine and in front of some of the industries leading art and creative directors, or you’re an art commissioner yourself, head over to the Create Zine site.

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The Book Design Blog | Book, Zine And Ed.. by The Book Design Blog - 11M ago

We love this catalogue/look-book from Alma Kamal for Un/divided, a concept for a clothing store that aims to break down gender-norms. Clothing isn’t separated into gendered sections, and instead the models are photographed in outfits that mix clothing from traditional genders. Just loving the general art direction and typography in this one, especially the creamy, off-white paper stock.







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This curious doctoral project by Marcell Tamás, takes Könyc A Könyvről (Book of the Book) by famous Hungarian typographer Imre Kner and reimagines it, exploring the format of the book in relation to todays existing and emerging technologies. How has the book changes during the recent period of radical digitalisation, and how might the disappearance of analogue technology change the format of the book altogether?

You can read an interview with Marcell at Stilblog where he talks us through his research and rationale.

The book itself has a very industrial feel to it thanks to a thick, patterned slipcase reminiscent of metallic factory flooring. The hardback cover features a deep emboss, and we especially like the bold blue edge-printing on the pages. Inside the layouts are cryptic and abstract, which according to Tamás “serve to demonstrate the fundamental similarities and differences between virtual and corporeal (digital/online) content in terms of presentation, functionality and graphic design.”

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Produced by Matchbox Studio, Patsy is a promotional hardback, cloth-bound book for Dallas photographer Dick Patrick. This 80-page book celebrates the life of Dick’s mother through her writings, her recipes and his photography. We especially love the embossed inner pages which give the book a great feel to the touch.

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How clever is this awesome, anarchic book design for REVOLT? Designed by Paul Bedford, its  a great example of how a clever cover can really take a book to a new level.

That spine design is so simple but so clever. Loving it!









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The Book Design Blog | Book, Zine And Ed.. by The Book Design Blog - 1y ago

A while back we interviewed Alicja and Jules, the creative duo behind Create Zine, a publication they send out free to creative industry commissioners showcasing awesomely talented artists, designers, illustrators and photographers. They recently got in touch to tell us about some changes they’ve made to the zine, specifically changing from newsprint to recycled stock.

This small change really helps the work inside, giving the colours a bold, deep look, and it feels even better to the touch than the previous iterations did. The work inside really is phenomenal as well, with such a great mix of disciplines and styles.

If you’re interested in getting your work in the zine and in front of some of the industries leading art and creative directors, or you’re an art commissioner yourself, head over to the Create Zine site.

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The Book Design Blog | Book, Zine And Ed.. by The Book Design Blog - 1y ago

We love this catalogue/look-book from Alma Kamal for Un/divided, a concept for a clothing store that aims to break down gender-norms. Clothing isn’t separated into gendered sections, and instead the models are photographed in outfits that mix clothing from traditional genders. Just loving the general art direction and typography in this one, especially the creamy, off-white paper stock.







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This curious doctoral project by Marcell Tamás, takes Könyc A Könyvről (Book of the Book) by famous Hungarian typographer Imre Kner and reimagines it, exploring the format of the book in relation to todays existing and emerging technologies. How has the book changes during the recent period of radical digitalisation, and how might the disappearance of analogue technology change the format of the book altogether?

You can read an interview with Marcell at Stilblog where he talks us through his research and rationale.

The book itself has a very industrial feel to it thanks to a thick, patterned slipcase reminiscent of metallic factory flooring. The hardback cover features a deep emboss, and we especially like the bold blue edge-printing on the pages. Inside the layouts are cryptic and abstract, which according to Tamás “serve to demonstrate the fundamental similarities and differences between virtual and corporeal (digital/online) content in terms of presentation, functionality and graphic design.”

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