Dezeen have teamed up with designers Airside to offer readers the chance to win five copies of their first book, called Airside by Airside.
The 296-page hardback charts the origins and first ten years of the award-winning London company.
Airside's work is presented in full colour, including illustrations, animation and website stills, exhibition and installation designs, t-shirts, and prints.
The book includes an introduction by Adrian Shaughnessy, and commentary and interviews by Fiona Sibley.
This competition has now closed.
The five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published at the bottom of this page and in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter.
Alternatively, the book can be ordered from the Airside shop
Here’s some more information from Airside:
Airside by Airside
Airside By Airside tells the story of Airside, from its origins in 1998 when three friends set up a studio space in North London, to the award-winning design company of today.
The hardback, 296-page art book features dozens of full-colour, double page spreads with our work for the likes of MTV, The Beatles, Coca-Cola and Pet Shop Boys, as well as fascinating insights into the creative processes behind them from all the Airside team, past and present.
Elsewhere Lemon Jelly fans can read exclusive interviews with Fred Deakin and Nick Franglen, as they talk about Airside's innovative designs for their records. While Airside Shop fans can revel in remembrance of t-shirts past.
Features an introduction by Adrian Shaughnessy and contributions from Edgar Wright, Neil Tennant, Anthony Minghella and Pete Fowler.
Airside By Airside comes with an exclusive limited edition poster: Kylie - Now And Forever, a classic from Fred Deakin's archive and signed by the man himself.
Airside by Airside
Hardback: 296 pages
Distributor: Die Gestalten Verlag Gmbh & Co (16 Mar 2009)
Language: English and Japanese
Product Dimensions: 30.4 x 24.4 x 3.2 cm
Congratulations to the Winners! Richard Broom and Benjamin Vorono in the UK, Sjoerd ten Kate in the Netherlands, Eirik Møller in Norway, and Heather Skeehan in USA all won copies of Airside by Airside.
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