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DixonBaxi Monograph

Published Jan 9, 2018

This striking 300 page monograph is a snapshot in time of one London’s leading brand agencies, Dixon Baxi (previously featured here). It is a reflection of the studio today, their most recent work, process and the insights behind it. Most of their work exists in motion, as digital experiences and on screens, so a book is a wonderful opportunity to curate and craft a beautiful object that embodies what they do.

“With a highly curated selection of work including the Premier League TV Experience (nominated for Beazley Designs of the Year at the Design Museum in London), History for A+E Networks, Home of the Olympics for Eurosport and our feature film, Tiger Raid as well as never before seen work from around the world. And with a section devoted to in-depth interviews, methods and process gleaned from over 15 years of running our studio.”

The beautiful book is printed on two paper stocks, Heaven 42 and Munken Pure Smooth with a foiled-blocked cover in Gmund Go to Hell Black with a wonderfully tactile feel and this soft cover edition is limited to 2,000 units – you can get a copy here.

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