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The New Stijl

Dutch Creativity Beyond Borders

70,09  inkl. MwSt., zzgl. Versand

THE NEW STIJL celebrates Dutch creativity beyond borders. More than 50 creatives; designers, artists, photographers, architects and more, brought together in an iconic 500+ page book. The result – a truly striking visual showcase of creativity in the Netherlands today. A collaboration between …,staat and MENDO, this book is not a portfolio, a greatest hits or an academic tome. THE NEW STIJL presents work from those who are dreamers, doers and disruptive thinkers challenging us to look at things in a new way. This is a bombastic festival of a book, curated across disciplines and styles, designed to keep you guessing. It’s full of energy, enlightening conversations, clashing creatives and unexpected combinations – think big names with unexpected work and unexpected names with big work. Bringing together striking visual chapters with interviews and written insights from a range of cultural commentators, this book hopes to better understand what Dutch creativity means today and who will emerge as its custodians in the coming years. THE NEW STIJL spans the fields of photography, industrial design, fashion, architecture, fine art, editorial design, creative direction, illustration, landscape design, digital and graphic design. More than 50 creatives who consistently make our jaws drop. Featuring Sabine Marcelis, BYBORRE, Formafantasma, Samir Bantal, Viviane Sassen, Inez & Vinoodh, Iris van Herpen, Jop van Bennekom, Raquel van Haver, The Fabricant, DRIFT, Daily Paper, Bas Timmer, Carlijn Jacobs, Imruh Asha, Scheltens & Abbenes, Anne Holtrop amongst many others.

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Weight: 2,4 kg
Dimensions: 29,0 × 23,0 × 5,0 cm
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