filled with modern recreations of classic rock posters, and it wants you to appreciate them the way you're supposed to: from a nice spot on your wall. To that end, every page is microperforated, giving you a collection of 200 posters that are ready to frame and display. With poster representing everyone from Iggy Pop and the Sex Pistols to the Pixies and Nirvana, you should be able to find some that match your tastes. --Uncrated digital maagzine, February, 2013....In their familiar large format, the book provides each piece (200 in all) on its own perforated page, allowing you to pull out and pin-up at your leisure, with each poster measuring in at approximately A3. The print quality is excellent throughout and there s no escaping just how bold and eye-catching the work is......The book is an impressive and exhaustive collection of work --Wingsartwordpress, February, 2013.....punk gig flyers given a modernist treatment…now bing printed as a coffee-table book/compendium of rip-out-able posters…many a hardcore fan has since been in touch, thankfull that, through their redesign as modernist minimalist 'Finally my wife will let me hang up my punk posters....' --The Independent, Feb, 2013-----…some of the coolest images you've ever seen --North West Evening Mail, Feb, 2013----breathing new life into long-gone concerts….a book of the best Swissted designs now on the shelves. --Clash magazine, March, 2012.....New York-based designed Mike Joyce has taken vintage rock concert posters from three decades and then remixed and re-imagined them through a Swiss modernist lens. Nirvana, the Sex Pistols, Green Day and Velvet Underground are among the iconic bands featured. As a bonus the book features a total of 200 posters, all miro-perforated and ready to frame. This is fine art for font nerds and Mr Joyce is to be congratulated on his efforts. --Scunthorpe Telegraph, March, 2013---gig posters for Blondie, Black Flag, Pixies, Beastie Boys and loads more in a Swiss modernist style. Buy it. -- --NME, March, 2013
a new book from Quirk that puts a modernist spin on the kind of classic indie gig posters found in its Gig Posters range of books. As with that line, Swissted features 200 perforated, frameable posters - though these have all been created by Stereotype's Mike Joyce --Digital Arts, April, 2013
One amazing art book, stuffed with frame-ready wall hangings. --Shortlist magazine, March, 2013
MIKE JOYCE is the proprietor of Stereotype Design. He has designed for many prominent musicians, and Stereotypes work has been featured in more than fifty publications including IdN, Print, Communication Arts, Graphic, Rolling Stone, How, Computer Arts, Village Voice, Huffington Post, and New York magazine. He lives in New York.