M to M with M/M (Paris)
Prolific Parisian design duo M/M (Paris) have released their long-awaited 528-paged monograph, M to M of M/M (Paris), today. The hefty tome celebrates 20 years of unprecedented, generation-defining work by its two co-founders, Michael Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak, with collaborations spanning from such figures as Björk, Yohji Yamamoto, Pierre Huyghe, Madonna, and Byredo. From typography posters to perfume design, enjoy these selects from their diverse range of work inside.
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- Graphic design rarely gets better than when it's put to music and put through a screen. And few create concert posters better than Jason Munn.
- With offices in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles, Dwell can't help but be proud of the transit advancements and accessibility in the cities where we work.
- San Francisco philanthropist Ann Hatch has long dedicated herself to the making of artful objects.
- Upon entering the bright white interior of Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum, a series of floor-to-ceiling posters that once advertised past exhibitions greets visitors.
- Editor-in-chief Sam Grawe offers his San Francisco apartment as a staging ground for a couple LivingColors lamps, and we asked associate photo editor Alexis Tjian to set up a few color-saturated…
- With his upbringing in rural Holland, his education in London, and his current base in Beijing, Dutch designer Henny van Nistelrooy mixes the flavors of his multiple worlds into a colorful and…
- For many setting out to make it on their own, a storefront is a destination.
- Does the alphabet take on more meaning when it’s freed from the confines of cast-in-lead movable type, pen and paper, and the frame of a computer screen?