The second book I worked on at an\b editions is back from the printer and on sale. Interior Pop! presents interiors from around the world that juxtapose visual art, installation, graphics, pattern, and space.
As opposed to the brown tone of an\b editions’ first title, Cardboard Book, the pages of Interior Pop! practically explode with colour. The book grew from the observation that the makers of interior spaces are having to work ever harder to attract and maintain our attention. These days, we can customise our expression of identity at an instantaneous pace. Similarly, many interiors are being individualised through art and idiosyncrasy.
Interior Pop! surveys how brands and enterprises are using space as their canvas and making a big impact.
The 57 projects are each presented with a text description and multiple photographs (as well as drawings where appropriate), and are thematically grouped in five chapters: Playful, Illusionary, Illustrative, Abstract, and Fantastical.
Featured designers and artists include:
Keiko + Manabu (Japan)
Ab Rogers Design (UK)
Tjep. (The Netherlands)
Gloss Creative (Australia)
Zaha Hadid Architects (UK)
Nomad Ink (Brazil)
Buj+Colón Arquitectos (Spain)
Glowacka Rennie Architects with Felice Varini (UK)
Electric Dreams (Sweden)
and many others!
The book has just hit the shelves at Basheer Graphic Books. You can also look for it at Workshop. I’m only going to show you the cover. To see its 320 pages, you’ll have to go and find it in the shops!
A co-edition (with a different cover) is being released by Gingko Press for the USA and Europe.