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The Great Discontent Issue 3

The Great Discontent’s (TGD) third print issue with multiple covers is a celebration of possibility. This ad-free collection features 8 long-form interviews and 3 short features with those who have dared to push the boundaries of what is achievable. Their stories will encourage you to explore your interests and overcome your fears to discover what you’re truly capable of.

Issue Three features: Alison Sudol / Iron & Wine / Tei Shi / Stefan Sagmeister / Lisa Solberg / Eric White / Megan McIsaac / Poketo / Andre Wagner / Clayton Cubitt / Ruthie Lindsey

Details: Released May 2015 / Multiple covers: Alison Sudol, Iron & Wine, Tei Shi / 160 pages, ad-free / 9” x 12” / Offset-printed and perfect bound

The Great Discontent

Advertising For People Who Don’t Like Advertising — KesselsKramer

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Advertising for People Who Don’t Like Advertising
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This is a book for everyone who makes tea during the commercial breaks. It’s about why advertising irritates, bores or outrages us, and why it doesn’t have to be this way.

Published by Laurence King, Advertising for People Who Don’t Like Advertising describes KesselsKramer’s journey, its creative approach and gets in touch with the creative thinkers it admires including Alex Bogusky, Stefan Sagmeister, Mark Fenske, Hans Aarsman and Steve Henry.

There is also a blog called Don’t Like Advertising to accompany the book which features interviews and articles by design and art direction critics and journalists.

Get it here.

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