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3 Deep Publishing was committed to the culture of art and design in print. As the publishing and distribution arm of 3 Deep, the business established titles that were design-driven and content-focused. Presenting inspiring and engaging local and international artists and designers Bird was the first title published by the business. Limited to an edition of 2500 units and beautifully illustrated by Kat McLeod, notions of gaze, pose, gesture, fashion as feathers, plumage as decoration, grouping and pecking order are considered in a series of juxtapositions that reveal the similarities and influences of birds on fashion.

Bird exists as a beautiful object and is embellished with hand embroidered pages, seven different specialty stocks and hand made cases and covers.

Bird was highly considered and finely detailed – the form and production values serving to extend and highlight the artist’s conceptual premise and approach.

As well as publishing the work of contemporary Australian artists and designers, 3 Deep Publishing procured the distribution rights to more than 20 international art and design publishers, presenting more than 1500 titles in order to stimulate a broader critical dialogue and cultural exchange.

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