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Synopsis: a new kilo of KesselsKramer collects five years of work from communications agency KesselsKramer. It is the slightly lighter follow-up to 2 kilo, which showed the work of the company’s first ten years. a new kilo of KesselsKramer is the follow-up to 2 kilo of KesselsKramer, a brick-like tome that covered every piece of work produced by willful Dutch communications agency KesselsKramer. a new kilo of KesselsKramer picks up where its predecessor left off, with the last five years worth of KesselsKramer’s existence detailed down to every last flyer, sticker and T-shirt. Also featured are mammoth TV and cinema commercials, advertisements that look less like ads and more like short films, and a bunch of websites, designs and assorted category-defying oddities. a new kilo of KesselsKramer comes in a refreshing bright green, a little like the green of grass or perhaps ectoplasm.
About the Author: Authors KesselsKramer have been around for almost fifteen years, during which time they’ve busied themselves with creating advertisements, books, music promos, art exhibitions and other endeavors too numerous to mention. The agency comprises thirty-five people from all over the globe, working and playing in an old church in the heart of Amsterdam. It recently opened a London branch, KK Outlet, which surprisingly combines an exhibition space with a shop and a communications company. KK clients include J&B Whisky, the notorious Hans Brinker Budget Hotel and Ben, the mobile phone network that prides itself on celebrating humanity before technology.
Title: a new kilo of KesselsKramer
Publisher: PIE Books
Publication Date: 2010
Book Condition: Used: Good
Book Description Tokyo : PIE books, 2010. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. Softcover with dj and French folds, 428p [=one kilo pages], illustrations chiefly in colour. Very good, with slight shelf wear to wraps. Text in English and Japanese. Book collects five years of work from communications agency KesselsKramer. Bookseller Inventory # 179048996