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Baring the approval of the legal successors of Paul Rand and IBM itself the new project by Empire editions aims to reissue the iconic Graphic Standards Manual by the renowned master of graphic deisgn.
To accomplish that the not-for-profit publishing house run by Syndicat design studio’s Sacha Léopold and François Havegeer has launched a Kickstarter campaign. If funded the book will be available in December 2017...

 “México’s pavilion at the far end of the Arsenale complex seems an idyllic setting. First impressions are misleading inside the historic Sale d’Armi, the site of the artist Carlos Amorales’ sculptural, film and musical installation, Life in Folds” reports The ArtNewspaper on México’s type-inspired pavilion at this year’s La Biennale. “What looks and sounds like a fairytale with a folkloric soundtrack is a much darker affair, abstract art meets film noir, in fact. The angular black shards are clay pipes...

RIT Press, the not-for-profit scholarly book publishing enterprise at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is about to bring some knowledge back into the limelight of creativity that Massimo Vignelli stood for. Their latest community-based initiative to bring the iconic book, “Vignelli: From A to Z” back into print is already a hit in Kickstarter with good reason.“2017 marks the 10 year anniversary of the original publication of Vignelli: From A to Z. This important work has been out of print and largely unavailable

“Finland—though a small country judging by its population of 5.5 million inhabitants and population density of 18 inhabitants per square kilometer (the lowest in the EU)—boasts many superlatives: there are more saunas than cars; it has the most heavy metal bands per capita; any Finnish noun can have over 200 different forms; Finns are the most avid readers of books and newspapers globally and world leaders in the use of libraries…

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