This book is neither a complete archive nor a manifesto. It is not meant as a manual for aspiring designers, nor as a hunter’s trophy. In the following pages, we are not the hunters but the observers of design, and will strive to find a path — one that meanders along comfortably, somewhere between the realms of fact and fiction. It is a snapshot in the continuously changing and evolving career of two of the most talked about designers of our day: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.
A comprehensive monograph tracing Ron Mueck's twenty-year career. The book presents essays from art critics Robert Storr and Justin Paton, previously unpublished sketches and studio photographs by Gautier Deblonde.
The book coincides with the exhibition at the Fondation Cartier, Paris, and
features new works created for the event.
Creamier brings together 100 of the most exciting contemporary artists emerging today, each chosen by prominent international curator. Original resource, Creamier truly reflects the current moment and is vital for both those in the art world and those that are new to contemporary art.
The book had to be radically different from its four predecessors. A tough design problem — the content is still the same: 10 international curators choose 10 contemporary artists...but how to make it look different?
The frustration to find an original solution has propelled me to abandon traditional book format and transform Creamier into a large format newspaper. The idea is quite simple — announcing 100 new artists is a bit like making news. Inspired by the Financial Times, 300 pink unbound pages come packaged in bespoke portfolio.