More Fuel For Thought

Last year in the magazine we wrote about design group FUEL’s initial forays into the world of publishing with books The Music Library and Fleur. Now FUEL is about to publish a new book, Ideas Have Legs…

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Last year in the magazine we wrote about design group FUEL’s initial forays into the world of publishing with books The Music Library and Fleur. Now FUEL is about to publish a new book, Ideas Have Legs, that sees poet Ian McMillan team up with illustrator Andy Martin in a “words verses pictures” collaboration. The result: a delightful volume of ideas, illustrations, photographs, stories and thoughts. Ideas Have Legs is published on 25 September and will retail at £14.95 / $25

Ian McMillan and Andy Martin will give a D&AD lecture together on Wednesday 6 December at which the pair will discuss the project in an interview with Adrian Shaughnessy. Full details can be found here.

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