Take a Look Inside LQQK Studio With New Book

Looking back at the design collective’s archive.

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Since being founded by Alex Dondero, Brooklyn-based design collective LQQK Studio has become the print studio of choice for big names including Tom Sachs and Richardson Magazine. Perhaps even more impressively, this has all happened while LQQK is running its own graphic brand and hosting a show on Know Wave. Looking back at the studio, a new book is set to be published by (un), which will give a glimpse at the studio’s archive and process.

Named The BQQK, the text is strictly limited to 100 individually numbered copies. The 164-page book features an array of pieces previously released by LQQK, as well as graphics designed by the studio and images of the screen-printing process. The cover art for the book has been designed by the studio.

The book is available now from (un)’s web store, and will also drop at select retailers in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo. After you’ve checked out The BQQK, take a look at LQQK’s Fall/Winter 2017 capsule of graphic-heavy pieces.

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