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Cult of Porsche Book at London Book Fair

by | Apr 8, 2014 | Art and Books, Classic Porsche Blog

I’m about to jump in the Cayenne and head for Earls Court and the 2014 London Book Fair with our latest project. Cayenne is running well, the first Cult of Porsche book looks great, sun is out. The perfect Tuesday!

Cult of Porsche book Ferdinand Magazine Publishing

Cult of Porsche book Ferdinand Magazine Publishing (1)

Edit: Creative Review has just reviewed the Cult of Porsche book. Read the full review below!

Silk Pearce has designed a stunning book for Ricoh Europe celebrating the enjoyment of classic Porsche cars and demonstrating the exceptional print quality and impact that publishers can achieve using the latest advances in digital print technology, paper and finishing.

“The Cult of Porsche: In the Beginning” showcases original Porsches, as well as owner-modified classics and is the first book in a planned trilogy to be written by long-time Porsche journalist and blogger John Glynn. The text has been richly illustrated with lavish photography by James Lipman, the internationally-renowned automotive photographer.

“Silk Pearce’s in-depth experience of design for print and knowledge of paper has enabled Ricoh to produce a beautiful digitally-printed book with a quality that rivals traditional offset printing. ‘In the Beginning’ demonstrates Ricoh’s advanced digital printing technologies, combined with traditional finishing techniques and we believe the exceptional end product will impress and delight publishers looking to create unique, short-run books for niche specialist markets, as well readers interested in creative design, photography and Porsche’s unique engineering vision,” said Andy Campbell, printing innovation manager at Ricoh Europe.

For further information on ‘The Cult of Porsche’ trilogy, please contact John Glynn:

1 Comment

  1. Craig Hardy

    Congrats John, very exciting stuff! Count me in.


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