Book of Ideas is my journal of creative direction and graphic design; a collection of thoughts,
musings and observations from my ups and downs in the creative industry.
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Radim Malinic is a creative director and designer living and working in South West London. He runs Brand Nu, a multidisciplinary award-winning studio.
Before finding his calling in the creative industry, Czech born Malinic was an ice hockey player, a bassist in death metal bands, an indie DJ, music journalist and student of Economics and Business management.
At the break of the new millennium, Malinic moved to the UK to explore the expansive music scene, only to find even a greater interest in art and graphic design.
Since then his eclectic interests have seen him working with some of the biggest brands, companies and bands in the world. Clients include Harry Potter, London Film Museum, SyCo, Sprite, WWF and USAID amongst many others.
Aside from his studio work, Radim designs products for his brand ‘November Universe’, Radim releases music and tours globally with his talk designed to inspire and support self-development in the creative industry.
In March 2016, Malinic released his latest publication, Book of Ideas. The #1 Amazon bestseller has helped novices and professionals across the world to find a new way of approaching their creative work.
Book of Ideas is just that: an outpouring of what one creative director and designer has discovered from many years working in the strange and endlessly fascinating world of the creative industry.
The book give you clear ideas on the challenges one face during career building.
Manjit Kakkar - GoodReads
Simply put, anyone who's considering a career in design needs to get this book. Radim is a distinct and incredible creator and this book showcases his honest, genuine, self-aware and undeniably unique approach to his work, his life and the creative industry. It's a beautiful publication, from the font choices to the colours, to the examples of his work - I was infinitely inspired and jealous (in the best possible way) of Radim's vibrant portfolio in equal measure. Ultimately, this book gave me the nudge I needed to bin the excuses and chase after my aspirations of becoming a graphic designer. For that reason, I can't recommend it enough. Looking forward to Book of Ideas Vol. 2!
Sam Grainger - Amazon review