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Postcard (Laurence King Publishing) — compiled, written and designed by FL@33, Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek.
Postcard is a celebration of recent postcard design, this unique book showcases over 800 miniature works of art, specially created for a postcard-sized canvas: a must-have for avid collectors as well as anyone with a passion for graphic design. Features over 100 artists, illustrators, photographers, designers and collectives from around the world, with new talents sitting alongside established artists. Separate sections are devoted to one-off designs, limited-edition sets and books, unusual and hightech postcards and interactive projects. Includes a huge range of handmade artworks, cutting-edge illustrations, commercial promo cards, and even edible and musical postcards.
Contains 20 free designer postcards to send or collect by Daniel Eatock, Juju’s Delivery, Jeremyville, 123klan, Geneviève Gauckler, Catalina Estrada, Marion Deuchars, Hellovon, eBoy, Gregory Gilbert-Lodge, Supermundane, Anthony Burrill, Tabas, Rinzen, Andrzej Klimowski, Yorgo Tloupas, Mark Adams, Elisabeth Lecourt, Vaughan Oliver at v23 and FL@33.
FL@33 conceived, compiled, wrote, edited and designed a total of three books that were published worldwide by Laurence King and partner publishers: Postcard appeared in 2008, followed by Made & Sold: Toys, T-Shirts, Prints, Zines and Other Stuff in 2009 and more recently The 3D Type Book in 2011. Postcard was also translated into French (Cartes Postales, Pyramyd Editions), German (Postcard: Postkarten-Design heute, DuMont Buchverlag) and Spanish (Postales: Diseño por correo, Gustavo Gili).
(...) "Yay for this gem of a book and the *fantastic* cover!" Tina Roth Eisenberg, Swissmiss blog
(...) "... Postcard, a beautifully crafted tome (compiled and edited by FL@33) aimed at the coffee tables and carefully curated shelves of designers and image makers – and of course those that appreciate such things …" (...) Gavin Lucas, Get Involved Blog