90 Degrees by Andrew Kim

90 Degrees

By Andrew Kim

  • Release Date: 2013-02-28
  • Genre: Art & Architecture
Score: 4.5
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Description

Welcome to Ninety Degrees, the first interactive book on the topic of knolling. As a matter of fact, it’s the first time anyone has made a book on the topic. Ever since the launch of the iPad in 2010, I have been fascinated by the publishing potential of the device. Things got even more interesting when Apple released iBooks Author and it’s what drove me to create this experiment. This book, or more accurately, “experience”, will give you a look into the beauty and functionality of knolling. It is a visual compositional tool that can be used by graphic designers, photographers, cinematographers and others for a distinct and timeless aesthetic. Knolling can also be used as a mapping tool that brings order to the complex world we live in, making it a method of visual organizational for anyone.

Enjoy the book and always be knolling.       

Reviews

  • Crazy...

    5
    By iamtomalmond
    This book is a very interesting read, although it is not all reading it is aided by visual elements and interactive too. Nearing completion of the book, when it started to display Andrews personal belongings, I had a burning urge to get up and start knolling things myself. I did have a few questions at the end regarding alignment of items, but even though it was missing, reading this book has made me want to go and find the answers.
  • Innovative

    4
    By Radio India
    If you enjoy Andrew's blog , you will like this book. It was inspiring to start with but I was expecting some advice on knolling, some practical tips,etc. The author clearly has a knack for design and photography , the classical music in the background of the videos is very soothing. I do not mind paying more than the 99 pence I paid but more content would have been good. Perhaps I was expecting more. Bit underwhelming if you consider the amount of content but the quality and presentation are to be lauded!

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