This book explores a subject never before written about: Creative Salvage. A prime period of anarchic British design, influenced by the emergence of hip-hop and growing British cultural dissidence, Creative Salvage spawned some of the greatest British designers of a generation in the early 80s, including Tom Dixon, Ron Arad, and Joe Rush.
This book features original interviews with many of the practitioners of the period and over 250 never before seen images, creating an incredible and unique document of the creative output of this era.
21,6 cm x 28,0 cm, 208 pages
Open spine hardcover, onto 2,00 mm Black board
Black board front printed 1/0 orange foil block + blind deboss for tip in
Tip in onto self adhesive Jac gloss paper, printed 4/0 cmyk + matt lamination
Black board back cover, printed 1/0 orange foil block
2 x 4 pages Caribic black 170 g/m2
208 pages onto Cyclus offset 150 g/m2
printed 4/4 cmyk
Thread sewn with orange thread and cut flushed
204 Images supplied as digital files, image corrections, colour corrections and image retouches.
1 wetproof onto Cyclus offset, printed 4/0 cmyk
Vince and Son
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