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King Zog

posted by Louie Zeegen July 16, 2014

King Zog are a bunch of friends who aren’t interested in the elitists, they just want to make work that isn’t too clever, work that is charming and funny. They don’t subscribe to a house style, business models, or working hours.

It’s seemingly a great way to work because the stuff they produce is marvellous and King Zog have such a natural and distinctive style without even trying. Their projects include an INT Works commissioned ‘Labour of Glove’ installation at Secret Garden Party and their Google Book which took 21,210 words from the Oxford Pocket Dictionary and featured the first hit on the Google Image Search for each one and then was then laid out, printed and bound together as this great looking book.

King Zog
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http://www.kingzog.com/


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