By designers for designers

It's been a long time coming, but ATTIK's Noise Five is finally imminent. And since the company practically wrote the book on cutting-edge volumes about designers and illustrators, it's a good time to look at the best and brightest out there, and see what's on the horizon.

There are various reasons designers and studios create volumes about their work: books may be calling cards, documentation or even preservation - a way to collate past experiences and projects in a format more permanent than the original media. For ATTIK, Noise was initially borne of boredom, a logical progression of self-initiated, self-promotional projects that countered the organisation's frustration at clients' unwillingness to experiment. "By going beyond our day-to-day mundane work and creating something different, we released creative energy and opened doors with more progressive brands that believed in bravery in a commercial world," explains co-founder James Sommerville.

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