Visionaire #41: World [2003] | Visionaire
Visionaire #41: World [2003] | Visionaire
Visionaire #41: World [2003] | Visionaire
Visionaire #41: World [2003] | Visionaire
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Visionaire #41: World [2003]

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New copy sealed in Visionaire shipping bag, complete with GAP Wool Backpack.
Numbered edition of 5,000
15 x 10 in. / 200 pgs / 150 color - 9781888645385

Note: CULT's owner has a photograph in this issue. See the final picture!

World (issue No. 41 in this exclusive publication series) is a visual response to all that is going on in the world today. Leading artists, photographers, image-makers and personalities are asked to depict their towns, cities and countries of origin, places around the world where they feel at home--home being an ever-more difficult place to pin down these days.

A memorable collection, a celebration of diverse cultures, World visualizes that which makes us individuals and that which brings us together... all across the world. Visionaire No. 41: World will be delivered in a customized, limited-edition Visionaire/GAP case--perfect for traveling around the world in style.

From Visionaire: 41 WORLD, sponsored by Gap, began with a simple chain letter and a brief that asked everyone — anyone, in fact — to submit one photo of what life looks like in their part of the world. Within months, Visionaire had amassed thousands of images. The chosen 250 works were bound in a Cheetos-orange corduroy book and tucked inside a matching tote bag, designed by Emma Hill, who went on to become creative director at Mulberry. For photographer Craig McDean, whose contribution combined elements of several different locales, the issue summed up his zeitgeist. The work underscored McDean’s understanding of the world as ever-evolving. “Elements like architecture and geography are never static — they are always moving, growing, changing.”