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Idea Magazine 309

Idea Magazine 309

The 309th volume of Idea Magazine introduces various designers who add new meaning to design from the other space of graphic design. They are capable of producing pieces of work that are liberated from the utopian meaning of design defined by the 20th century modernists and from the obsolete systematic framework of design. There is the principle of hope in the work of designers who keep up their practices 'do whatever' and who are independent from the definition of design.

Designers:
Maureen Mooren & Daniel van der Velden, karlssonwilker, Rebecca & Mike, Yoshie Watanabe + Ryosuke Uehara (Draft), Sealand Identity Project, Will Stuart (Goodwill and Stuart Bailey), Jouke Kleerebezem, Åbäke, D&DEPARTMENT, Daniel Eatock, Ryan Gander, Alex Rich, Karel Martens, Experimental Jetset, Christoph Keller, M/M(paris), Jop van Bennekom, Paul Elliman, Hyperkit, Bluemark, Manuel Raeder, Jonathan Barnbrook, Katachi.

Dimensions: 9″ x 11.5″ (inches)
Pages: 180
Edition: Softcover
Languages: English, Japanese

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