“Winning Designs of the 2011 Spark Competitions.”
Design Director, Kit Hinrichs
Edited & Published by Peter Kuchnicki
Creative Director, Clark Kellogg
Art Directors, Gloria Hiek and Myrna Newcomb
Editorial Consultant, Andrew Palumbo
At last—the first Spark book. Now the fun begins! We are delighted to publish our first Spark Awards Annual. It is full of compelling designs that have won a Spark Award during the exciting and record-breaking 2011 season. Read the chapters inside, and share the surprise and excitement of our judges as they explored, deliberated, debated and ultimately chose the special designs you’ll see here. The book includes 160 pages and covers the winning designs of the 2011 Spark:Pro, Spark:Concept Spring and Spark:Concept Fall competitions.
Available now, with a special offer to Spark Community members. The book’s list price at Amazon (and other fine booksellers) is US$85.00 plus shipping. Spark Community members will receive a massive discount, for a total of $25 per book, plus shipping. Joining the Spark Community is free (entering the competitions is not required).
Interested? Then send a note to Spark >HERE We’ll register you in the community and send you a Paypal invoice, where you can conveniently use your credit card or bank account to purchase the book. Act soon—quantities are limited.
- Trade Paperback: 160 pages
- Publisher: Spark Design Awards
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0985883103
- ISBN-13: 978-0985883102
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
- Includes: Descriptions of every design
- Three Cross-Indexes: Design, Organization and Designers, with contact information
- Designed By: World-renowned Kit Hinrichs of Studio Hinrichs
2012 Book Note:
The Spark 2012 Winners Yearbook will be published over the next six months, There is no need to inquire–Spark will alert all Winners as we draw near to publication release date. The book will be similar to the beautiful 2011 Annual, and cover the winners of this years event. (Sorry, no Finalists in book.)
While you wait, check out the 2011 book—highly recommended for students, schools, firm libraries and fans of design!