CULTURE by Stefan Sagmeister // BMW

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BMW has a long history of supporting art and culture in and outside of the motoring sphere – its art cars are particularly legendary. The latest project from the big blue-and-white propeller is a book created by world-renowned graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister. Entitled CULTURE, the book details 40 years of BMW’s involvement in cultural exploits.

Just 1488 copies of the book exist – each one hand-numbered and signed by the designer himself. You have to be pretty well-connected to get hold of a copy, as it’s not going on sale at all. However, the book has a special secret hidden inside – check out the video below to discover why we think it’s a pretty mega book.

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