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

Bruno Zalum – LFNTV App Demo (2:43)

Bruno Zalum – LFNTV App Demo (2:43)

LFNTV offers channels of curated short videos from all over the web, in a seamless televisual experience on iPad and iPhone devices.

Studio Axel Pfaender – Berlin Boombox Lemon – Berlin, Germany

Studio Axel Pfaender – Berlin Boombox Lemon – Berlin, Germany

A mobile speaker made from recycled cardboard and flat packed as a DIY kit.

Bad Taste, Megabytes – Edith Fung – London, UK

Bad Taste, Megabytes – Edith Fung – London, UK

This project imagines a future in which Google enters the construction industry with a pilot housing scheme in Abbey Wood. Utilising opensource technologies and global data analytics (and adhering to the opensource principle of individual customisation), residents are offered a choice of components from the vast onsite SketchUp Warehouse. This model therefore promises to address the housing crisis through providing exactly what the market demands. This project is part of the Royal College of Art Show 2015 – sweeping up the student award at New London Architecture and is now being exhibited at the Building Centre in Bloomsbury, London, until 17 SEP, 2015.

Faak & Paat Studio – Bordeaux, France

Faak & Paat Studio – Bordeaux, France

They are the creatives behind typography projects including: 26 Type (an experimental all-caps typeface, originally design for clothing label Ignorant Lobby), Delicate Typeface (elegant and contemporary serif stencil with a geometric twist), Deus Typeface, Quimper, Hold up, Impactum, and a whole lot more!

.M Contemporary presents 'No Place Like Home' – Sydney, Australia

.M Contemporary presents 'No Place Like Home' – Sydney, Australia

'No Place Like Home' seeks to celebrate the artistic practices of Australia’s emerging and established contemporary artists alongside their international contemporaries in order to highlight the universal theme of connection or disconnection to place. The main focus of the exhibition will deal with the cultural and historical relationships forged within the aesthetic experiences of these artists.

A Sequence of Operations – New Window × Rogier Arents – Breda, Netherlands

A Sequence of Operations – New Window × Rogier Arents – Breda, Netherlands

New Window is a platform that gives an insight into the making process of art and design. Designer Rogier Arents’ contribution to ‘One Window #1’ is a series of prints entitled ‘A Sequence of Operations’. His aim is to apply the principles of the digital algorithm onto the analogue screen printing technique, resulting in a series of fifty unique silk screen prints inspired by the use of colour halftoning in screen printing and computer generated images.

Brandon Wall – Sevenly Animation (1:36)

Brandon Wall – Sevenly Animation (1:36)

Animation by Brandon Wall

'Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black' by Nemanja Jehlicka – Belgrade, Serbia

'Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black' by Nemanja Jehlicka – Belgrade, Serbia

Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black is Nemanja Jehlicka’s first solo exhibition. The exhibition showcases a number of works documenting the work-in-progress nature of any project. The idea was to give a physical embodiment to the different stages of creative thinking and execution, ranging from midway-through-process graphic ruminations to ideas rejected by clients, which are oftentimes more interesting than the final output / approved solution.

KOMET presents Soirée Graphique #8 – Berne, Switzerland

KOMET presents Soirée Graphique #8 – Berne, Switzerland

Soirée Graphique founded by KOMET is a platform for creatives from a variety of fields, such as graphic design, visual arts, and photography. It fosters visual design, inspires new art and reflects the latest trends in contemporary graphic design. The concept of Soirée graphique lets two worlds meet: On one side, we have the original graphic design poster; on the other side, we have the reinterpretation of the photographers and visual artists. Each artwork is created specifically for the event and gets published as a limited edition print.

Meet My Project – 'Are You Talking to Me?' – Paris, France

Meet My Project – 'Are You Talking to Me?' – Paris, France

The mission of Meet My Project is to promote design and contemporary creativity and unite the various actors of the design world supporting this process – designers, publishers, manufacturers and distributors. Meet My Project aims as well to increase appreciation for design across the society by highlighting the values delivered through design and by making design accessible and understandable to the large public.