Button Badge — B0109B2
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All Stereohype button badges available at stereohype.com are classic high quality one inch (25mm) metal back badges with so-called D-pin. Tiny stickers at the back mention the artist, release date, series number, etc. The growing collection of these mobile mini canvases – featuring over 1,700 individual designs by over 600 international graphic designers, illustrators, photographers and artists – consists of all B.I.O. (By Invitation Only) contributions, winners of Stereohype's annual button badge design competition and additional series such as the special collaborations: AFOMFS Series, MICA Series, 10x10 Series and Emoji Series. Badges are manufactured in the United Kingdom.
Andrew Townsend is a graphic designer, art director and artist based in the UK. He is part of the design partnetship Wig-01. The first book Wig-01 edited and designed was Graphic Poetry (Victionary, 2005) – a book of modern poetry from contemporary writers around the world. Leading international designers, illustrators and image makers accepted the challenge of creating a visual response to these poems, their ideas running through the book in a series of double page spreads. Over fifty designers and illustrators have produced original artwork for Graphic Poetry including: Build, Delaware, Marion Deuchars, FL@33, Happypets, Alan Kitching and Rinzen.
External links: wig-01.com/graphicpoetry / andrew-townsend.com
Selected international designers, illustrators and artists were invited to submit designs for this one inch (25mm) button badge series. Stereohype sells B.I.O. (By Invitation Only) Series 2 badges separately and gives them away as a free surprise badge with selected Stereohype T-shirts. B.I.O. Series 2 includes artworks by 123klan, Adam Pointer, Birgit Simons, Deanne Cheuk, Delaware, FL@33, iloveyourtshirt, Intercity, Judith Egger, Julian Morey, Matthias Hillner and Helen Bowling, Richard J. Kirk / Manikato, Rilla Alexander, Roderick Mills, Stereohype, Tom Skipp and Wig-01. Released: March 2005