The Designers Republic: A to Z of the Designers Republic
DESTINED TO BE AN UNOBTAINABLE ITEM!!
THIS BOOK SOLD IN RECORD TIME. OUT OF PRINT AND SOLD OUT WORLDWIDE.
Last opportunity to own your very own piece of MITDR™ history!! This book will be shipped professionally and packed to ensure it arrives at your location in pristine condition. The book is ABSOLUTE MINT, with NO scratches, NO surface marks. MINT EVERYTHING. BRAND NEW.
MITDR™ Power to the People!
This beautiful copy comes with an official MITDR Kickstarter poster, one framable poster printed with the same finish as the cover, two bookmarks with the same finish as the cover, and an authenticity letter!!
AZTDR™ spans over three decades of work – from the studio’s earliest designs for the FON label in the mid-1980s and sleeves for Age of Chance, Chakk, and Cabaret Voltaire, right up to its recent projects for The Cinematic Orchestra, Led Bib, and the Gulbenkian Foundation. Alongside classic self-initiated TDR™ projects, the 512-page book features an A to Z of everything from campaigns for Evolution Print, Coca-Cola, and Nike, through to the studio’s celebrated designs for video games such as Wipeout and Formula Fusion.
The Designers Republic, led by founder and born rebel Ian Anderson, has shaped graphic communication over the past 30 years. It has done this through gravity-defying client work, revolutionary self-initiated projects, and provocative gestures. Under Anderson’s idiosyncratic leadership, TDR™ pioneered the idea of a design group with attitude. More like a band than a design studio, they changed the dynamic between client and design group, and uniquely, they acquired a following beyond the graphic design tribe. Now, for the first time in book form, Ian Anderson explores his studio’s output, its concepts, its processes and its influence on a generation of graphic designers. Dismissed by some as “stylists”, Anderson demonstrates how the work of TDR™ is underpinned by conceptual thinking. The book delivers a unique insight into why TDR™ work looks the way it does, and provides a guide to the studio’s modus operandi.
Size: 280 x 240mm
Pages: 512 pages
Printing: Fluorescent yellow cover with foiled type, three special colour wrap, CMYK + one special colour throughout
Typeface: Suisse Int’l.