Truly Nordic: Distinctive Branding Concepts & Graphic Applications
Nordic Design exhibits a philosophy thats characterized by efficiency, clean lines and a simple and cheerful palette. Influenced both by a unique history and culture, this aesthetic approach is imbued with a respectful attitude towards the natural world visible in their material choices and graphic expressions. With a focus on graphic output, Truly Nordic looks north for inspiration exploring contemporary design from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. Profiling more than 40 designers and studios that exemplify this appeal through their cutting-edge work on brand identities, packaging, product, set design and more.
Real Nordic Living: Design. Food. Art. Travel.
This stylish publication celebrates the impact Scandinavian culture has had internationally on art, design, fashion, food and interiors, and seeks out those creatives and tastemakers who are currently making their mark on the world stage. Following an introduction by the author providing an overview of hygge (and its antithesis, uhygge) and its place in the […]249 SEK
The Red Thread: Nordic Design
An elegant exploration of the hugely influential simplicity, beauty, and functionality of Nordic design – timeless, yet on trend From literature to food, lifestyle to fashion, cinema to architecture, Nordic influence is evident throughout contemporary culture. The Red Thread: Nordic Design celebrates this deep-rooted aesthetic, showcasing the diversity of design from Scandinavia and Finland via […]549 SEK
Food & Drink
Nordic Light embraces the clean, fresh flavours of modern Scandinavian cuisine to provide a compelling new blueprint for the way we eat now. Drawing on the traditional ingredients and contemporary preparations of Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Norway – as well as taking inspiration from further afield – Nordic Light is a celebration of nourishing, vegetable-centred food that […]265 SEK
Food & Drink - Photography
Nordic: A Photographic Essay of Landscapes, Food and People
A personally curated selection of Magnus Nilsson’s photographs from The Nordic Cookbook, also including previously unpublished images taken during his research. Given his first camera at the age of six, celebrated Swedish chef Magnus Nilsson has been taking photographs for over twenty-five years. As part of his research for The Nordic Cookbook, Magnus travelled extensively throughout […]215 SEK