IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties
IdN Extra 03: Society6 – The New Twenties

In this third IdN Special Edition, we have collaborated with Society6, one of the largest online platforms for up-and-coming designers, to showcase the talent of 58 brilliant young artists with a contemporary outlook on creativity and communicating.


The New Twenties:

A scintillating survey of the work of today’s 20-somethings, who were all brought up in the technological boom years of the late 20th Century – and whose concepts of self-promotion and networking are radically different from those of their predecessors. In this third IdN Special Edition, we have collaborated with Society6, one of the largest online platforms for up-and-coming designers, to showcase the talent of 58 brilliant young artists with a contemporary outlook on creativity and communicating.


Specifications:

ISBN: 978-988-18470-4-1
Size: 210mm (W) X 270mm (H)
Pages: 148 pages

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties

IdN Extra 03: The New Twenties


Participating Artists:

ABOVE / Andrea Forgacs / Andreco / Andrew Groves / Anthony Zinonos / Ben Chlapek / Blaine Fontana / C86 - Matt Lyon / Cayetano G. Valenzuela / Charles Clary / Chow Martin / Chris Piascik / Chris Thornley / Clemens Behr / Colin Jenkinson - Jenkins / Craig Matchett / Crayon Dreamer / Daniel Lucas / Daryll Peirce / Dean West / Emory Allen / Famous When Dead / Gemma Correll / Geoffrey Agrons / Glenn Arthur / Heroes & Villains / Jacopo Rosati / Jacqueline Kari Bos / Jennifer Daniel / Jerzy Goliszewski / Jesse Draxler / Joe Van Wetering / Jon MacNair / Jonny Wan / Joshua Agerstrand / Julia Sonmi Heglund / Julian Callos / Keflione / Laura Gee / Laura McKellar / Lillianna Pereira / Lloyd Eugene Winter IV / Marco Puccini / Matt Scobey / Matt Taylor / Max-o-matic / Mete Yafet / mrYen / Natalie Nicklin / Nazario Graziano / Oh Yeah Studio / Onesidezero / Overture / Pascal Hoayek / Paul Octavious / Stephen Chan / Steven Bonner / Visual Narcotics:20mg


About IdN Extra:

As a continuation of its mission to amplify and unify the global design community, IdN is publishing a series of special editions (entitled IdN Extra) that explore in-depth a particular theme or project.

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