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AuthorNicole Phillips
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AuthorNicole Phillips

Independent publishing company 404 Ink have blogged about their finances; “where our money goes, how much we earn, our profits, our challenges and so on”. The purpose was to demystify income and costs, of publishing. Particularly interesting is the breakdown of commissions and distribution costs and this article is a must read for any of you planing to publish in the future.

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AuthorNicole Phillips
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A practical treatise on the production of books in nineteenth century London. The book guides the novice from manuscript to distribution, demonstrating the interconnectedness of the people and processes involved. A facsimile of the 1892 edition alongside new texts by Esther McManus and Samantha Whetton. Available in-person or online londonbookarts.org/shop

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I was invited to contribute to Idealog's creativity month on behalf of Design Assembly; I am not a farmer, but I try to think like one often in my design practice, as I believe for designers, creativity like the land is a resource to be nurtured and invested in. Read more about how I invest in my designer dirt here

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Published by the Hong Kong-based viction:ary, the publication sheds light on “the distinction and diversity that women bring to their respective fields.” With a cover story on design hero Jessica Walsh of Sagmeister & Walsh, the book ranges a breadth of design specification from advertising, illustration, packaging design and more.

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AuthorNicole Phillips
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