You can find inspiration in everything* (*and if you can't, look again): Smith, Paul (Text by)... You can find inspiration in everything* (*and if you can't, look again): Smith, Paul (Text by)... You can find inspiration in everything* (*and if you can't, look again): Smith, Paul (Text by)... You can find inspiration in everything* (*and if you can't, look again): Smith, Paul (Text by)...

You can find inspiration in everything* (*and if you can't, look again)

Smith, Paul (Text by); William Gibson (Introduction by)

Published by Violette Editions, London, 2003
Condition: vg Soft cover

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Quarto. 295, [1]pp. Original illustrated wrappers. Introduction by William Gibson (in English, French, German, Italian and Japanese). Collaborations with and/or writings by Richard Williams, James Flint, Glen Baxter, Paul Slater, Mick Brownfield, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Semir Zeki, Jim Davies and others Sir Paul Smith has combined a flair for eccentric, subversive detail, a dedication to the highest standards of craftmanship, and a business and marketing sense that has made him simply the most successful designer in British history. But this book is not a fashion monograph; it is not a catalogue of suits. Rather, imagine Paul Smith's brain on a page: cleverly original and often humorous thoughts and ideas, perfectly executed. This work includes two posters and a comic book. Minor shelf wear along edges of wrappers. Wraps and interior in overall very good condition. About the authors: - Sir Paul Smith (b. 1946) is a multi-award-winning designer who works in a variety of media and is best known for his menswear collections. He was knighted in 2000 for services to fashion design and in 2007 he was awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Forty years after opening his first shop, Paul Smith has expanded to a global brand of 13 different collections, with stores in the New York, Tokyo, Cape Town, Moscow, Dubai and throughout Europe, each of which is individually designed to suit its location. His designs have been the subject of exhibitions including "True Brit" at the Design Museum, London, which toured to Europe and Japan, and Observations at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. - William Gibson, acclaimed writer and psychogeographer, is best known for coining the term 'cyberspace' in his Sprawl trilogy - Neuromancer, Count Zero and Mona Lisa Overdrive. His recent novels include "Pattern Recognition," which reached number four on the New York Times Bestseller list, and "Spook Country.". Bookseller Inventory # 39472

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Title: You can find inspiration in everything* (*...

Publisher: Violette Editions, London

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:vg

Edition: First American edition.

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