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Nike On Design Collector Book
If you love sneakers, this book is for you. This limited edition coffee table book, “On Design”, is #254/500 (see second pic) and was a gift from Nike’s design agency. Looking for someone who will appreciate this more than I do. For more info from the book’s creators, THE OTHER THING, see details below… “Nike asked us to work with them on creating a limited edition design book, something that would capture the creative spirit and innovative drive of the company. We recruited graphic designer Brian Roettinger and together worked with the Nike News team to create a beautiful and simple limited run of 500 books. The book, On Design, offers an insider's look into Nike’s design ethos while simultaneously placing the company in conversation with other industry leaders across various design disciplines. Featuring original essays, illustrations, artworks, design archives and more, the book explores design, generally and specifically through the Nike lens. Content includes essays from internal partners Mark Parker (President & CEO, NIKE, Inc.), John Hoke (VP Global Design, NIKE, Inc.) and Hannah Jones (Chief Sustainability Officer and VP, Innovation Accelerator, NIKE, Inc.), as well as contributions from external partners. Celebrated author/illustrator Maira Kalman contributes a piece on the inspiration process while Paolo Casati, co-founder of Fuorisalone.it and the award-winning Milanese design studio Studiolabo, converses with Nike about the etymology and current character of design. Glenn Adamson, Director of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City, digs into the details of making and how it has evolved, while Matthew Kolodziej, a professor of art and founding member of the Biomimicry Research and Innovation Center (BRIC) at the University of Akron, explains why nature is our richest design resource. Finally, Andrew Blauvelt (award-winning graphic designer, creative director and current Director of the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan) ruminates on the unmapped design landscape of tomorrow.” Source: http://www.theotherthing.com #sneakers #nike #collectorsitem