Blok Design’s ‘Caca Grande’

Toronto-based Blok Design is collaborating with a number of leading artists and designers to create a new series of children’s books. First up is ‘Caca Grande’ (yup, that’s ‘big poo’) by Carlos Amorales…

Toronto-based Blok Design is collaborating with a number of leading artists and designers to create a new series of children’s books. First up is ‘Caca Grande’ (yup, that’s ‘big poo’) by Carlos Amorales…

Blok has created this charming film to introduce the series and the Amorales book. Caca Grande was produced, designed and published by Blok and Editorial RM. Future contibutors to the series include Herzog & de Meuron, Liam Gillick, and Jorge Pardo. More on Blok is at blokdesign.com.

 

CR in Print

Thanks for reading the CR Blog but if you’re not also reading Creative Review in print, you’re missing out.

The June issue of CR features a major retrospective on BBH and a profile piece on the agency’s founder, Sir John Hegarty. Plus, we have a beautiful photographic project from Jenny van Sommers, a discussion on how illustrators can maintain a long-term career, all the usual discussion and debate in Crit plus our Graduate Guide packed with advice for this year’s college leavers.

If you would like to buy this issue and are based in the UK, you can search for your nearest stockist here. Based outside the UK? Simply call +44(0)207 292 3703 to find your nearest stockist. Better yet, subscribe to CR for a year here and save yourself almost 30%.

 

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