The design studio Stinesensqueeze, set up by Stina Gromark & Louise Naunton Morgan, recently launched two publications.
The first one is "Dear Love Who Should Have Been Forever Mine" by artist Marie Jacotey. The book presents a collection of unique drawings and texts, slowly revealing the fictitious correspondence between two former lovers trying to piece together their story. Stinsensqueeze designed a unique binding for the artists' first book. The book is divided into 30 individual artworks, loosely folded and gathered into two sections, each corresponding to the perspective of one of the protagonists. The artworks can be placed as a large-scale installation, to map out this love story
The second book is "Alber Elbaz / Lanvin - Manifest". Together with the oldest couture house in France, Stinsensqueeze designed and launched this beautiful book about the artistic director of Lanvin Albert Elbaz. The reader is taken on a visual journey through Alber’s inner mind, where personal anecdotes and beliefs are depicted. From A to Z, Elbaz touches on various subjects related to Lanvin, fashion and the industry, such as atelier, backstage, emotions, fame jealousy and the screen.
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