Win 192 pages of pro design insights

We have five copies of GBH’s new hardback monograph to give away, each worth £30.

To mark the recent release of top London agency GBH’s new monograph, Charm, Belligerence & Peversity, we have five copies to give away.

Charm, Belligerence & Perversity: The Incomplete Works of GBH showcases the work and opinions of the veteran creative agency, organised not chronologically but by psychological state.

World-class insight

The small but highly successful agency has worked with some of the world’s leading companies, including Virgin Galactic, Eurostar and Puma, in addition to collaborating with other highly regarded design professionals such as Philippe Starck.

The book thoughtfully and provocatively takes the reader through GBH’s entire body of work to-date. Co-founders Jason Gregory, Mark Bonner and Peter Hale provide an incredible degree of insight into the field of design through chapters including Fear of Failure, In Search of Joy and Beware of Flattery.

How to enter

GBH chose ‘charm’, ‘belligerence’ and ‘perversity’. For your chance to win a copy of their book, simply tweet @ComputerArts using the hashtag #GBHThreeWords, with the three words that best sum up your approach to design. This could be witty, controversial or just brutally honest – the most important thing is to catch our attention, and give an insight into how you view graphic design.

We must receive your tweet (using #GBHThreeWords) before Friday 12 May (midnight GMT), and our five favourites (based on the criteria above) will be selected as the winners by a panel including Computer Arts, Creative Bloq and GBH themselves. Winners will be notified within two weeks after the closing date. Good luck!

You can read a chapter from the book, The Kamikaze Within, in Computer Arts issue 264, on sale Friday 3 March.

Terms and conditions

Entrants must be aged 18+. Judges’ decision is final. Entries to be submitted on Twitter via @ComputerArts using #GBHThreeWords by midnight GMT on Friday 12 May 2017. Twitter has no liability in connection with the competition. Read full competition rules here.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Nick Carson is editor of Computer Arts magazine and chair of judges for the Brand Impact Awards.