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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk
"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 
This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 
Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.
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Daniel Siim    |    http://danielsiim.dk

"Digital books are at a rapid growth and currently make up 20 percent of all books sold to the general public in the US alone. As the digital market is expanding, the need for analogue books is becoming more redundant. The redesign of the prodigious novel Star Maker, by William Olaf Stapledon, first published in 1937, serves as an experiment on highlighting the qualities of a book’s physical existence, some of which cannot be accommodated by an e-book. 

This project is a comprehensive study of paper material, text layout and physical size. The book features various paper goods and weights along with a bookcase containing 16 A5-sized artworks representing a visual interpretation of each chapter, and a square-sized constellation map of the books content.” 

Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based designer and a BA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.

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Lithographs by Donald Judd

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American badger - July Morning, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

After a fruitless night of hunting, a badger has discovered a fresh target: the burrow entrance of a Wyoming ground squirrel. Badgers will dig furiously to excavate underground prey and their own dens. They can quickly tunnel themselves out of sight  using powerful forelimbs and long claws. When attacked themselves—cougars and eagles will try —badgers fight back with ferocity.

This beautiful diorama is located in the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals

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The insect quire (Summer version) by Masuyama Sessai (1754 - 1819).

Edo period (19th century).

Tokyo National Museum.

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Outbreak: Hand Cut Paper Microbes and Pathogens by Rogan Brown
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Outbreak: Hand Cut Paper Microbes and Pathogens by Rogan Brown
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Outbreak: Hand Cut Paper Microbes and Pathogens by Rogan Brown

Collateral for Chelsea Flower Show 2013
Creative direction, design & typography: David Davidopoulos
Illustration: Irene Laschi
Rilke returned to the Chelsea Flower Show this year to create the garden guide and promotional collateral for the Arthritis Research UK Garden. This year the garden was created by award-winning UK gardener Chris Beardshaw, who is perhaps best known for his work on the BBC’s long-running television series, Gardeners’ World. We teamed up with the incredibly talented illustrator Irene Laschi to realise a vision of the garden that was as vivid and distinct as the garden itself. Do your eyes a favour and check out Irene’s behance profile (http://www.behance.net/irenelaschi). Her work is smoking hot. The garden has been awarded a gold medal and won the peoples choice for best garden in show. 

Collateral for Chelsea Flower Show 2013
Creative direction, design & typography: David Davidopoulos
Illustration: Irene Laschi
Rilke returned to the Chelsea Flower Show this year to create the garden guide and promotional collateral for the Arthritis Research UK Garden. This year the garden was created by award-winning UK gardener Chris Beardshaw, who is perhaps best known for his work on the BBC’s long-running television series, Gardeners’ World. We teamed up with the incredibly talented illustrator Irene Laschi to realise a vision of the garden that was as vivid and distinct as the garden itself. Do your eyes a favour and check out Irene’s behance profile (http://www.behance.net/irenelaschi). Her work is smoking hot. The garden has been awarded a gold medal and won the peoples choice for best garden in show. 

Collateral for Chelsea Flower Show 2013
Creative direction, design & typography: David Davidopoulos
Illustration: Irene Laschi
Rilke returned to the Chelsea Flower Show this year to create the garden guide and promotional collateral for the Arthritis Research UK Garden. This year the garden was created by award-winning UK gardener Chris Beardshaw, who is perhaps best known for his work on the BBC’s long-running television series, Gardeners’ World. We teamed up with the incredibly talented illustrator Irene Laschi to realise a vision of the garden that was as vivid and distinct as the garden itself. Do your eyes a favour and check out Irene’s behance profile (http://www.behance.net/irenelaschi). Her work is smoking hot. The garden has been awarded a gold medal and won the peoples choice for best garden in show. 

Collateral for Chelsea Flower Show 2013
Creative direction, design & typography: David Davidopoulos
Illustration: Irene Laschi
Rilke returned to the Chelsea Flower Show this year to create the garden guide and promotional collateral for the Arthritis Research UK Garden. This year the garden was created by award-winning UK gardener Chris Beardshaw, who is perhaps best known for his work on the BBC’s long-running television series, Gardeners’ World. We teamed up with the incredibly talented illustrator Irene Laschi to realise a vision of the garden that was as vivid and distinct as the garden itself. Do your eyes a favour and check out Irene’s behance profile (http://www.behance.net/irenelaschi). Her work is smoking hot. The garden has been awarded a gold medal and won the peoples choice for best garden in show.

Collateral for Chelsea Flower Show 2013

Creative direction, design & typography: David Davidopoulos

Illustration: Irene Laschi

Rilke returned to the Chelsea Flower Show this year to create the garden guide and promotional collateral for the Arthritis Research UK Garden. This year the garden was created by award-winning UK gardener Chris Beardshaw, who is perhaps best known for his work on the BBC’s long-running television series, Gardeners’ World. We teamed up with the incredibly talented illustrator Irene Laschi to realise a vision of the garden that was as vivid and distinct as the garden itself. Do your eyes a favour and check out Irene’s behance profile (http://www.behance.net/irenelaschi). Her work is smoking hot. The garden has been awarded a gold medal and won the peoples choice for best garden in show.

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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis
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Erwan Frotin - Flora Olbiensis

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A history of the earth and animated nature. By Oliver Goldsmith. on Flickr.

Publication info Glasgow [etc.]Blackie and son[1840]
Contributing Library:
University of California Libraries
BioDiv. Library

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