FIFTEEN magazine #14
Designer: Virginie Gauthier
Format: 210 x 291 mm mm
Price: € 30,00
WT magazine is an in-house publication initiated by David Bennewith. WT participants are invited to contribute to each magazine by responding to a specific topic/theme/set of rules. The name of the magazine follows the amount of contributions. For FIFTEEN issue #14 the participants had to respond to an image, instead of a word. X variations, X appropriations of the same picture.
A collection of posters with contributions by: Fred Cave, Olya Domoradova, Liesbeth Doornbosch, Constant Dullaart, Paul Elliman, Yana Foqué, Meghan Forsyth, Daniel Frota de Abreu, Sara Käsmayr, Fay Kolokytha, Jungmyung Lee, Josse Pyl, María Jimena Sánchez Zambrano, Maud Vervenne, Caroline Wolewinski. Edited by Virginie Gauthier.
Real-Time realist #2
Designer: Jungmyung Lee
Format: 110 x 180 mm mm
Price: € 19,00
Real-Time Realist is a serial publication of J-LTF PRESS. This issue of Real-Time Realist explores Ecstasy, Joy, Serenity, and Love, The Yellow Wheel, with contributions from invited artists distilling the aforementioned emotions.
Editors: Jungmyung Lee, Lieven Lahaye
Design: Jungmyung Lee
Contributors: Kasia Fudakowski, Paul Haworth, Carla & Karlis, Arvo Leo, Angharad Williams, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Lieven Lahaye, Nolwenn Salaün, Mikko Varakas, David Bennewith, Anders Frederik Steen and Jean-Marc Brignot, Josse Pyl, and Jungmyung Lee
The Cultural Side of Innovation: Adding Values, by Dany Jacobs
Project by: Veenman Publishers & ArtEZ Press
Designer: David Bennewith
Format: 135 x 190 mm mm
Price: € 20,00
This book includes an updated version of Dany Jacobs’ essay ‘Creativity and the Economy’, written as a preparation for the Innovation Lecture 2005 of the Dutch Ministry of economics Affairs on ‘Competing with Creativity’. In this book Dany Jacobs illustrates to what extent the cultural side of innovations is even more important than their technology. Moreover, he explains how to think about creativity in a more productive way, in order to increase the chance of success of innovations. This is illustrated with concrete cases from different industries.
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