Gestalten cordially invites you to the launch party of our first-ever pop-up in Hong Kong, on November 7!
In collaboration with our partner Kapok, we are offering an exciting range of Gestalten products including new book releases and bestselling titles, stationeries, illustrated totes, as well as a stunning selection of collectible prints from A Map of the World.
For the first time in Hong Kong, a wide selection of new and inspiring Gestalten books and items on design, style, architecture and contemporary art will be showcased at Kapok and available for purchase until November 25.
See you there!
Opening: November 7, 6:30pm till late
Location: Kapok, G/F. 3, Sun street, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Five Copies Available
Starting this week, we are giving away five copies of Around The World to our twitter fans! We will tweet a multiple choice question about the book, and a beautiful visual will be attached as a hint to the answer. All you need to do is: Follow @GestaltenNews and tweet the correct answer to us that includes hashtags of #AroundTheWorld and #(YourCity). The first winner will be notified by our Twitter reply next Wednesday, and a new question will be posted. Good luck everyone!
If you are feeling exceptionally creative, do take a picture or screenshot of where you find the answer and post it to our Twitter as well. We’ve got your first question here:
How much time do Russians spend on social networks throughout their lives? a) 7 years & 1 month, b) 2 years, 9 months & 1 week, c) 10 months & 3 weeks
Good luck everyone! See the book here.
Lecture and Book Launch with Francesco Franchi
Saturday, November 2, 2013 at BooksActually
BooksActually, our partner shop in Singapore, has invited award-winning editorial and infographics designer Francesco Franchi to give a special lecture about his newly released Gestalten book Designing News: Changing the World of Editorial Design and Information Graphics.This book explores how today’s media outlets can become credible, cross-platform news brands. Franchi advocates redefining reporting as telling a continuous narrative across a broad range of traditional and digital media. To this end, he proposes a new, integrated role for editorial designers in advancing the evolution of media for the future.
Come join us and Francesco Franchi for a thought-provoking evening in Singapore. RSVP on Facebook