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Talking Design is a twenty year old graphic design company that specializes in developing a pleasing way to present a visual image. We have created print as well as interactive electronic media in the past. We are mainly working with book and logo design now.
Since 2008 the Publicera Publishing Group, Ltd have used Talking Design as a partner in designing photographic books, and this work is continuing. And we have a lot of fun.
Finally, my new Fine Art Print photographic site “Picturebook” is published! Here you can find material photographed on ordinary analogue films, both black & white and colour. It is really worth checking out, as this expands what I do here.
I am proud to announce my very first book out on the market! It is named Clouds in my iPhone. I got the idea when I became member in some photography groups on Google+. I had taken a lot of landscape photographs with my iPhone 4S around Umea where I live. When I synced my mobile with my computer, I found the quality of the photographs being quite good, and wanted to share that. The link below leads to BLURB. The book will be published in formats for different e-readers too. Work is in progress. Tweaking code for ebooks (the ePub format) is really challenging due to the flowing format, if one wants good looking photographic ebooks.
The first book Publicera made was entitled “The Dump”.
Families living on a huge dump outside Phnom Penh in Cambodia, at the edge of human life. Pictures taken 2005-2007, and a document over how people can adapt to almost any circumstances.
Ryd is the second book Publicera published and is about a junkyard for old, very old cars...in fact, so old they are almost being part of nature.
The book is really something for car lovers! Translation to english is at work. We are also working on the book as ebook too.
"3B7C" is the third photo book published by Swedish Publicera Publishing and was the call sign used by an international group of radio amateurs when they visited the islands of Saint Brandon in the southern Indian Ocean in autumn 2007. The call sign only existed for four intensive weeks and quickly became synonymous with the immense joy and camaraderie that only amateur radio as a hobby can offer. Total harvested 137 500 radio contacts with all the continents, while several world records were broken. In the book's 96 pages, Pete Arninge (SM5GMZ) - a photojournalist by profession - has proven that a combination of images and texts can show the very heart and soul of a radio expedition of this size. Several of the photos have already been published in various newspapers around the world, while many of the images in this book illustrates the enormous work involved in planning an ambitious trip like this. This photo book is 100% about amateur radio and shows clearly why this amazing hobby still is without comparison!
Great Quality and a Must for the Shelf! James (MD0MDI)
The book 3B7C is published at Amazon.