The IdN 15th Anniversary Edition: What do you love? is our biggest-ever publication to-date! A massive 452-page hardcover packaged with higher resolutions DVD-9 production! Featuring specially commissioned work from 250+ of the highly talented creators who have collaborated with us over the last decade and a half — sharing their thoughts on the past; and their visions of the future.

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition: What do you love?

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition: What do you love?


Contents

We love the remarkable
We love motion graphics
We love up close and personal
We love thinking big
We love challenge

Specifications:

• ISBN: 978-988-99591-9-7
• 452 pages / 236mm(w) x 190mm(h) / 1.586kg
• 4C process / Metalic silver / 5 varying paper stocks
• Dulux leather jacket / Protective carton casing
• DVD-9 included / 154 mins / All regions


Overview:

The IdN 15th Anniversary Edition: What do you love? is our biggest-ever publication to-date! A massive 452-page hardcover packaged with higher resolutions DVD-9 production! Featuring specially commissioned work from 250+ of the highly talented creators who have collaborated with us over the last decade and a half — sharing their thoughts on the past; and their visions of the future.

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition: Table of content

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition: Table of content


We love the remarkable

250+ creatives from around world pick their most remarkable work to celebrate our 15 years of creative voyaging.

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p102-103

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p102-103

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p130-131

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p130-131


We love motion graphics

If it moves, grab it! A selection of exclusive titling, shorts and animations.

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p386-387

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p386-387


We love up close and personal

Ever fancied spending a day with one of your favourite designers? Now you can via these intimate visual diaries, filmed specifically for this publication.

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p400-401

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p400-401


We love thinking big

Get a glimpse of what our creative scene might be like 15 years from now by viewing these tailor-made works by some of the world's most visionary artists.

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p404-405

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p404-405


We love challenge

How many ways can you intepret the themes Black+White, Fifteen and Universe? See what our featured artists have come up with — we think you'll be amazed.

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p344-345

IdN 15th Anniversary Edition — p344-345

BeCandle – Xavier Tsang – Hong Kong

BeCandle – Xavier Tsang – Hong Kong

Lighting a candle is not just a joy for the senses but is a connection between people, space and time.

IdN v22n1: Colour and Graphics – Nailing their Colours to the Mask

IdN v22n1: Colour and Graphics – Nailing their Colours to the Mask

You’ll be stunned by this, probably our most colourful issue ever! We kick off with a major feature on 9 leading creatives who have made a name for themselves with their exuberant approach to colour. Read why — and how — they handle it.

IdN TV v22n1: Glitch – Gumming up the works or a glorious accident?

IdN TV v22n1: Glitch – Gumming up the works or a glorious accident?

A glitch, in computer-designer terms, is essentially a technological foul-up, but some creatives find the unintended outcome so visually attractive that they work it into the overall project. A serendipitous discovery, in other words. And thus has been born a whole new sub-genre of the art. We talk to four designers who have mastered the magic of making glitches in their videos work for them – and now they can’t live without them! Here they explain what it is about these happy accidents that make them so compelling.

Blok Design – Toronto / Mexico City

Blok Design – Toronto / Mexico City

"In every project there’s a point of contradiction and we like that to be a point of discussion – like the juxtaposition, that point where everything is opposing each other. Trying to understand the balance is very interesting."

Tengis Type Studio – Nomadic Fashion Index – Mongolia, China

Tengis Type Studio – Nomadic Fashion Index – Mongolia, China

The irreplaceable value of ancient languages is from their uniqueness of designatum since they are pure and simple, unlike the modern languages which cover the concepts in an obscure way. In the view of this facts, Tengis Type Studio have designed some fonts based on traditional Mongolian handwriting to encourage this linguistic field and to maintain the value of world. Tengis Type Studio is an independent brand that combines Mongolian typeface with graphic symbols in aesthetic perspective.

Ideas on Design 2015 – agIdeas International Design Forum – Melbourne, Australia

Ideas on Design 2015 – agIdeas International Design Forum – Melbourne, Australia

Ideas on Design's featured event – agIdeas International Design Forum celebrates its 25th Anniversary with the new 1-day masters of design format, featuring a carefully curated line-up of international design masters, across multiple disciplines, recognised for their unique ideas and exemplary execution of their craft. Please visit Ideas on Design website for complete schedules of events and happenings!

Russia

Russia

Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Khabarovsk…

Senyor Estudi – Empordà, Spain

Senyor Estudi – Empordà, Spain

"I do not have a clear answer about what is good packaging. I think that the rules are the same as in any other design discipline. A balance between form, function and aesthetics."

Antía Carbajo "The Art Project" – Pontevedra, Spain

Antía Carbajo "The Art Project" – Pontevedra, Spain

Antía Carbajo is a multidisciplinary designer from Spain. Her work is focused on a combination of design, art direction and photography for developing creative compositions, products & graphics. She recently art directed "The Art Project", a 2015 school project event about art and artist that is celebrated in Porto's city. The concept of the event is the 3D because it isn't just an exhibition space, but a space where people can interactuate with the pictures.

Jonathon Lau – Sydney, Australia

Jonathon Lau – Sydney, Australia

Award winning motion designer Jonathon Lau recently re-branded Foxtel’s bio channel, coming up with a complete change of DNA and programme offerings. The brand revolves around the concept of the “lens”, a graphical circle that is used to focus in on what’s important, and represents the station’s commitment to curate quality content.