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New Memefest book

There is a good vibe and exciting time at Memefest right now. After months and months of hard work we are in the finishing phase of Memefest book. We are planing to put it to print next week. It's gonna be a fantastic piece of work, i can promise. Edited and curated content from all past Memefest's as well as new original content will be published in book form for the first time. Cca 500 pages of theory, art, design, examples of radical communication practice and Memefest insights, printed in full color.

One of the artists that collaborated with us in the past is Katie Bush. I am a big fan of her work. We asked her to create a cover for the book and she did. Psychedelic pixelart meets the thin line of subversive humor/seriously surprising narrative.

Here's just a detail from the image Katie sent me today. Have a look at her website for more of her work: www.katiebushart.com and check the project she received a Memefest award for: www.destroyevil.com.

We will write more about the book and create a special website soon.

Thank's a lot Katie!!!


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12 years, 4 months ago

Esta es una gran noticia. Será sin duda un fantástico libro.

12 years, 4 months ago

Great news! It would be nice to have ASAP some low-fi previews : )

12 years, 4 months ago

hey bertram, we are working night shifts, final corrections of text etc...should be out of print next week. than we publish previews here on memefest.org

12 years, 4 months ago

J'ai hâte de voir ça!

Will it be possible to pick up a copy somewhere in North America?

12 years, 4 months ago

Hey Frederic,
we do not have distribution deals with NA, but the book will be available for order through Internet.

12 years, 4 months ago

wow, so exciting!


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