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Forecast (Nozone) Paperback – August 4, 2008
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...a beautifully illustrated collection of work by artists and architects who build in the landscape using natural materials and low-tech means. --Public Art Review: (6/30/08)
Recommended Reading: Some observations spark amusement, others a sense of doom. --Communication Arts: (11/5/08)
"In light of all the political madness (Go Obama!) and nearly disastrous storms, this book seems very appropriate. Its a collaboration of artists ideas of the future. Through charts, graphs, maps, illustrations, interviews and comics, designers predict or comment on others predictions about what the world might become hundreds of years from now. I love Julia Hoffmans Lets Get Carbon-ated questionaire where you receive points based on your answers that ultimately let you know the magnitude of your carbon footprint." --Book By Its Cover: (September 2, 2008)
"In the long tradition of books making predictions for the future, comes Nozone X: Forecast, a collection of mostly doom and gloom scenarios by graphic artists, cartoonists, and illustrators." -- Brent Aldrich --Englewood Review of Books: (September 5, 2008)
"Forecast, edited by Nicholas Blechman, is the latest edition of Nozone, a smart graphic design and comics 'zine from Princeton Architectural Press. It is the type of publication one picks up, seduced by the cover design and the feel of the stock, only to find the subject matter a lot more serious than expected. Global warming is the theme of this tenth issue of nozone, a forecast in words and pictures of the environment and socio-political changes we can expect over our lifetime and into the next. It is a mix of graphic novel and wake-up call to the mess our world is in; a great format for reading on the bus to get much more of a jolt than a mere cup of coffee can provide."