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The Hunter S. Thompson of Design Writing

The Impossibility of Silence. Writing for Designers, Artists & Photographers
by Ian Lynam

THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF SILENCE is a book for artists, designers and photographers interested in approaching writing about their vocation and culture. Drawing upon decades of experience as a writer, designer, artist and teacher, Ian Lynam offers up a plethora of inspirational and concrete approaches to writing about creative fields.

“Joyfully and sk…

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Genau da, Oh ja!

German for Lovers
by Stine Marie Jacobsen

The third in her series of hybrid German grammar books, Danish artist Stine Marie Jacobsen continues her exploration of the German language with German for Lovers. ‘Educating’ readers about love and its relation to German grammar, German for Lovers playfully introduces how amorous communication would look like if it was to strictly follow German grammar…

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State of the Art Type Design

New Aesthetic. A Collection Of Independent Type Design
by Leonhard Laupichler, Sophia Brinkgerd (Ed.)

New Aesthetic approaches type design as an opportunity to create art: looking at type design with a benevolence to experiments and processes, and finding potential in the unusual, that might point us into a new future of practicing visual communication.

3,Quatorze, Alex Ortiga, Alexander Raffl, Alexandre Bassi, Alff Rosine, Antoi…

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Revolutions Are Possible

Heroine of the other America

1 Million Roses for Angela Davis
by Kathleen Reinhardt (Ed.)

“And if we believe that revolutions are possible, then we have to be able to imagine different modes of being, different ways of existing in society, different social relations. In this sense art is crucial. Art is at the forefront of social change. Art often allows us to grasp what we cannot yet understand.” —Angela Davis

“A Million Roses for An…

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Love and Separation

Complexities of European Relationships

What Has Left Since We Left. Six takes on Europe
by Giulio Squillacciotti (Ed.)

“What has left since we left” articulates the fictional end of Europe with the language of love and separation. Likening the political bonds that tie together European countries to the fluctuations of romance and desire, the book unpacks the complexities of the European relationship by touching on ideas of identity, collapse, migration, conflict and hop…

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