Spring Design

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Out this April, KarimSpace from Rizzoli books takes us into the largely neon pink world of the pop-designer Karim Rashid's interior and architectural designs. The multi-hued, plastic spaces featured within the oversized book include luxury hotels, restaurants, a subway station and home interiors.

The fifth Noise release from ATTIK, the Dentsu creative agency with roots in graphic design, is both a visual and tactile affair. With nine paper stocks and more than 40 print finishes including heat-sensitive inks, hot foils, silver latex and fluorescent screen print, NoiseFive is a high-craft retrospective of the shop's work. Only 3,000 copies of the self-published book will be available on attik.com and specialty bookstores.

Paring visual identity down to the essentials, Pentagram has released Marks, a book cataloging the firm's logo designs since it was founded in 1972. The marks are printed in black on white French-folded bible paper to highlight their value as symbols. Since you're sure to have more than one favorite, the book has five ribbons for bookmarking.
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