Competition: five copies of It's Nice That Issue #3 and Parra prints to be won

Dezeen have again teamed up with creative studio/publishers It's Nice That to give away five copies of the latest issue of their bi-annual printed publication, launched today, as well as a print by Dutch illustrator Parra for each winner.

Above: print by Parra

The book is a collection of the best content posted on the It's Nice That blog over the last six months, plus features and interviews with designers Milton Glaser and Tom Dixon.

To celebrate the launch of the publication, It's Nice That have curated a pop-up exhibition and shop at Paul Smith's London showroom - open 6-10 April.

This competition is now closed.

Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the bottom of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

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Here's more info about the book from It's Nice That:

It's Nice That Issue #3

It's Nice That Issue #3 is the third edition of the bi-annually printed publication from creative blog It's Nice That.

The high-profile line-up for the latest issue spans the creative disciplines and included in the seven interviews are graphic design legend Milton Glaser, fashion designer Sir Paul Smith, furniture designer Tom Dixon, filmmaker Keith Schofield, illustrator Tom Gauld and artist Maisie Broadhead.

The features have given free-rein to creatives to write about a subject that excites and interests them, with articles including Illustrator / designer Geoff McFetridge, writing about his frustrations with graphics in comparison to the written word. Designer Ken Garland on his love of rust. Artist Johan Lofgren's impressive collection of vintage board games. Graphic designer Keetra Dean Dixon's interest in 'The Times Between Times'. Innocent drinks' chief copywriter Dan Germain telling us whether he's bored of just writing for a single brand and a look at furniture designer Michael Marriott's eclectic record collection.

As always, the publication also acts as an archive for the most interesting work posted on from the last six months, in a format that gives the work the respect it deserves.

More information on It's Nice That Issue #3 can be found here. It's Nice That Issue #3 can be purchased from the It's Nice That Shop.

It's Nice That Issue #3 Launch pop-up exhibition and shop, supported by Paul Smith

To celebrate the launch of their latest publication, It's Nice That are curating a pop-up exhibition and shop at Paul Smith's London showroom, opening on Tuesday 6 April. The exhibition includes original work from all of our interviewees from Issue #3 and every copy purchased from the show will receive the special pre-order print by Parra.

The space includes original work from all seven interviewees from the publication including Milton Glaser's iconic Bob Dylan poster, four pieces from Dan Tobin Smith's Alphabet project, including a new, never before seen piece, some chairs from Tom Dixon's famous 'Great Chair Giveaway' from 2008, Paul Smith's new range for Stelton, prints by Tom Gauld and Maisie Broadhead and a showreel by director Keither Schofield.

Tuesday April 6 — Saturday 10. Open 12pm – 6pm (Until 8.30 on Thursday 8th).
Princes House, 39 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6TP

Congratulations to our winners! Floella Webb in London, Werner Boshoff in South Africa, Aleksandar Dimitrov in Spain, Laurent Mermet in the USA and Caspar Teichgräber in Switzerland.