A New Type of Imprint – Volume 8 - Buy from LOREM (not Ipsum)

A New Type of Imprint Volume 8 is out now. In Volume Eight “Conversations on Creativity you’ll meet great people, such as the eminent furniture designer Andreas Engesvik, fashion designer Cathrine Hammel and artist Ann Iren Buan.

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A New Type of Imprint Volume 8 is out now. We’re enjoying wine at Territoriet with photographer Sigve Aspelund, we’re in Rasa Maria Gundersen’s lush garden and talks about innovation with the fabulous cross creative agency, Void.

In chapter 2 we’re taking you on a ride in the city. We talk about urbanism, infrastructure and ‘cities and design’. You’ll learn that every little street and building, bridge and staircase, backyard and park is designed by and for humans. Professor in Urbanism Judith Borsboom van Beurden wrote the manifest, Marius Svaleng Andresen shot the cover and the pictures and the Lid & Wiken did the design.

A New Type of Imprint is a creative lifestyle magazine celebrating the creative community of Norway, by collecting everyday stories from both fresh new talents and industry veterans. The second chapter has a new theme and graphic designer for every issue, where he or she can decide the look of the entire chapter as well as the front page. The magazine is published quaterly and packed with more than 160 pages, written in English and distributed all over the world. A New Type of Imprint is published quarterly by Anti—one of Norway’s most award winning design agencies. Did you know that Norwegian creativity is one of the world’s best kept secrets? Yet, this was how or predecessors made their living. Today, it has evolved a matter of functionality and survival, to a matter of exploring the world of design and the telling of stories. This evolution came about almost unnoticed, we figured it was about time for a change.

Article No. bftypeofimpr0008 Published by A New Type of Imprint Manufactured in Norway Available in English Tags · · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 850 g

A New Type of Imprint Volume 8 is out now. We’re enjoying wine at Territoriet with photographer Sigve Aspelund, we’re in Rasa Maria Gundersen’s lush garden and talks about innovation with the fabulous cross creative agency, Void.

In chapter 2 we’re taking you on a ride in the city. We talk about urbanism, infrastructure and ‘cities and design’. You’ll learn that every little street and building, bridge and staircase, backyard and park is designed by and for humans. Professor in Urbanism Judith Borsboom van Beurden wrote the manifest, Marius Svaleng Andresen shot the cover and the pictures and the Lid & Wiken did the design.

A New Type of Imprint is a creative lifestyle magazine celebrating the creative community of Norway, by collecting everyday stories from both fresh new talents and industry veterans. The second chapter has a new theme and graphic designer for every issue, where he or she can decide the look of the entire chapter as well as the front page. The magazine is published quaterly and packed with more than 160 pages, written in English and distributed all over the world. A New Type of Imprint is published quarterly by Anti—one of Norway’s most award winning design agencies. Did you know that Norwegian creativity is one of the world’s best kept secrets? Yet, this was how or predecessors made their living. Today, it has evolved a matter of functionality and survival, to a matter of exploring the world of design and the telling of stories. This evolution came about almost unnoticed, we figured it was about time for a change.

Article No. bftypeofimpr0008 Published by A New Type of Imprint Manufactured in Norway Available in English Tags · · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 850 g
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