GRAPHIC DESIGNER PARINDA SAKDANARASETH CREATES BOOKS THAT CAN BE READ VIA BOTH VISUAL, TACTILE AND AESTHETIC LANGUAGES…
ART4D SPOKE WITH CLIFF LEONG AND ZEEJAY WONG OF THE ALPHABET PRESS, A LETTERPRESS STUDIO BASED IN KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA AIMED AT “CREATING INTRICATELY UNIQUE LETTERPRESS WORKS THAT PUSH THE PROVERBIAL ENVELOPE.”
ECHO YANG DESCRIBES HER WORK AS “SILENT, DETAILED, STRUCTURAL, SENSORIAL AND EXPERIMENTAL.” ART4D SPOKE WITH THE TAIPEI-BASED GRAPHIC DESIGNER ABOUT A FEW RECENT PACKAGE DESIGNS, BOTH OF WHICH DRAW FROM THE MUSIC THEY ENCLOSE TO STEER THE DIRECTION OF THEIR DESIGN.
‘UNDERSTANDING COMICS,’ the Thai language edition published by art4d will be launched at the Architect ’16 Expo being held this April 26 – May 1 in Bangkok .
‘Enzo Mari: 25 Ways to Drive a Nail,’ translated into Thai language from the original Italian edition, sheds light on the story of the Italian modernist furniture designer as broken down into 16 chapters.
A reduction of content through cut and collage
allowing for meaning to expand…
Six Canonical Projects by Rem Koolhaas: Essays on the History of Ideas
Ingrid Böck, Rem Koolhaas
Jovis Publishing, 2015
Paperback, 368 pages, 165 x 225 mm