Here comes the new ALL GONE BOOK, 2015 edition, published by La MJC. All Gone documents the most sought after street culture items, every year, since 2006.
For a very long time, Michael Dupouy, La MJC's co-founder, had in mind to create special camouflage for the book and he never really found a good way to make a unique one. The recent events that tragically happened in his hometown influenced him and he decided to pay homage and tribute to Paris and its region by dedicating a 100% camo pattern print in the city's honor.
Our homie Philippe Cuendet, co-founder of the Swiss Graphic Design Studio //DIY and Creative Director for ARMES and BMC Paris brilliantly translated the idea.
That’s how the IDF CAMO was born. IDF means “Ile de France” aka the “Parisian Region”. It includes the city of Paris and it is made up of 8 administrative departments, all symbolized by shapes and numbers: 75 for Paris, 77 for Seine et Marne, 78 for Yvelines, 91 for Essonne , 92 for Hauts de Seine, 93 for Seine Saint Denis, 94 for Val de Marne, and 95 for Val d’Oise.
Hard cover, 224 pages.
Limited edition of 1500 copies.