IDEA Magazine Annual Subscription!

Price:
USD $180 postpaid (free international shipping included!)
Designers:
Assorted
Publisher:
Seibundo Shinkosha / Wordshape
Categories:
Idea + Misc. + Publications

We are pleased to offer annual subscriptions to IDEA, Japan’s leading graphic design magazine to the world! Previously offered only to educational institutions, Wordshape is now offering subscriptions to individuals, as well.

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Each issue’s subscription consists of each quarterly issue of IDEA, plus a complementary copy of Parting It Out by Ian Lynam, a collection of essays on graphic design.

Subscriptions are offered at 10% off of the cost if you were to buy individual copies, which is still much cheaper than finding a copy of IDEA at your local bookseller if they carry it… or if they do carry it.

And as always, free international SAL shipping.

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