A Tasty Set of Books for BBC GoodFood

A Tasty Set of Books for BBC GoodFood

10th October 2014

BBC GoodFood and Ebury Press relaunch their best-selling cookbook series this week with a modern and colourful new design, crafted by Interstate.

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Charred & Scruffed (Soaked & Smoked)

23rd May 2012
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Lose Yourself in a Good Book

Lose Yourself in a Good Book

9th February 2011

Last Friday saw the re-release of Marian Keyes’ latest novel, The Brightest Star in the Sky, which we at Interstate are very excited about. Having been approached by Penguin back in October last year, following our hugely successful Jamie Oliver/Penguin collaboration, we were briefed to create a fresh new look for the Queen of Chick-Lit. […]

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Great looking stories

Great looking stories

6th October 2010

Our friends at Visual Editions have just launched their first book: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman; Introduced by Will Self

In their own words:
We publish books that use visual writing: writing that uses visual elements as an integral part of the writing itself.

Coming soon:

VE2: Tree of Codes
Jonathan Safran Foer
An experiment in printer’s patience

See visual writing in action on Visual Edition’s website

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Hunting for the perfect BBQ book

Hunting for the perfect BBQ book

15th August 2010

America’s favorite culinary pastime gets a back-to-basics new cookbook by Adam Perry Lang, designed by Interstate.

Read more at CoolHunting
or buy the book ar bbq25.com

The Geometry of Pasta

The Geometry of Pasta

4th June 2010

Judging a book by it’s cover I thought it would be a lovely piece of information design about the many different pasta types but I never imagined it to be a fully functioning cookbook.

Get a better taste for the book through it’s promotional website and check out the accompanying animation.
Buon appetito!

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Why Design?

Why Design?

20th April 2010

‘Seeing comes before words. The child looks and recognizes before it can speak.
But there is also another sense in which seeing comes before words. It is seeing which establishes our place in the surrounding world; we explain that world with words, but words can never undo the fact that we are surrounded by it.’
John Berger, Ways of Seeing, 1972

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Harnessing the Power of Formula 1™

15th March 2010

Bernie asks for the impossible – at least something not done in the last sixty years – an F1 Brochure. With failure not an option we invested nearly 5,000 hours creating a 360 page prospectus fit for Formula 1™.

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