Book of IdeasThe Book of Ideas
It provides newcomers to Malinic with useful insights from his ten years as a free-lance artist and artistic manager, while providing an inspirational source of thoughts and ideas for seasoned creators on how to make it in today's fast-moving world. The Book of Ideas presents a nice window of the creativity manager and graphics artist Radim Malinic's most important piece of work to date, together with an exciting compilation of his reflections and reflections covering a wide variety of themes within the creativity world.
The Book of Ideas is, like the work inside, Malinic's trademark: crunchy, pure and lively. Book of Ideas will be available in advance from 01 March 2o16. It provides newcomers to Malinic with useful insights from his ten years as a free-lance artist and artistic manager, while providing an inspirational source of thoughts and ideas for seasoned creators on how to make it in today's fast-moving world.
The Book of Ideas
Book of Ideas is a book of tales, reflections, thoughts and observation edited by Radim Malinic, the vivid and very original graphic design director and director. Under the name Brand Nu, the multidisciplinary artist works in the fields of type design, digitally illustrating, video and more.
Undoubtedly, it would have been enticing and even simple for Radim, with an instantly recognizable rich, daring and lively writing experience, to have created a magazine that focuses rigorously on the "presentation" of his portfolios of internationally known works and clients; instead, he has written an enlightening graphic history of his carreer, with a refreshing, concise and sometimes amusing review of the contemporary digitality and our obsession with technology and the associted image-led societal oil-platform.
As he said: "Every section is a memorandum from the journal I never had", each one offers a jewel of expert knowledge, often with magnificent, haunting images that often embrace a certain amount of vehemence towards the sector in which he is obviously involved and passionately in love. On a personal level, I liked his clues about how online publishing sites like Pinterest influence graphics as a business, and the flippancy now associated with the creating and mercilessly accumulating of images, and the fight for something original and worth remembering to be.
This is a very visible, intimate and reflecting presentation of an industrial sector that every creativist will undoubtedly find both inspirational and enjoyable at every phase of his work. While the book suggests that the graphics sector is "strange and infinitely fascinating," if you crave detail and detail on how and why, this is probably not the book for you.
It is a magazine in the true meaning of the term that offers a very visible, intimate and reflecting presentation of the history and experiences of an industrial sector that every designer will undoubtedly find both inspirational and enjoyable at every phase of his work. Find out how to find your fortune in what you do and how you can keep your ideas alive, the author's views on the outside world they immerge themselves in, and how you can make that jump and live a self-employed one.