私たちは、 ターボ3.0 本 でIPPY金メダルを獲得しただけでなく、 2019インディペンデントブックパブリッシャーアワードが、全体で8つのうちの1つで勝利した」今年の傑作「カテゴリーは特別で、Best Book Arts Craftsmanshipカテゴリーに同点でした。この賞は、自動車の本の狭い分野だけでなく、世界中の独立した出版社によって発行されたすべての本が対象となるため、さらに意味があります。厳しい競争は確かです！
IPPY 「出版の世界に変化をもたらす勇気、革新性、創造性を発揮する人々に報いる」とt彼は基準を判断しました 「コンテンツの品質、独創性、デザイン、制作に基づいており、革新と社会的関連性に重点を置いています。」優秀なブックスオブザイヤーの8つのカテゴリは、「最も心のこもった、個性的で、率直な発言や実験的であるための定期的なエントリー」から書籍を選択します。
Turbo 3.0ブックの成功に貢献してくれたすべての人に感謝します。アートディレクターのRichard Baron。カバーアーティストGuy Allen;カッタウェイイラストレーター大内誠。写真家のクラウス・バクル、マイケル・ファーマン、ランディ・ウェルズ。編集者のジョナサン・スタインとメアリー・スノッドグラス。ファーストブックスタイルのクリストフメダーのデザイナー。 Stephanie Lock、John Bailey、Gary Hawkeyによるiocolorのプリプレスサポート。プリンターArtron Art Group。
Parabolica Pressから発行されたTurbo 3.0は、2018年10月に正式に購入できるようになりました。第23回IPPYアワードセレモニーは、2019年5月28日にニューヨークで開催されます。
Review of the Turbo 3.0 book in Octane magazine's October 2019 issue:
We'll come clean: this book was released last year but our review copy was mislaid during Octane's hastily carried-out office relocation form Bedfordshite to London. It's author, Ryan Snodgrass, very kindly offered to send us another one—and we're so glad he did, because this is a truly exceptional work.
A companion volume to Snodgrass' previous magnum opus, Carrera 2.7, this mammoth 536-page tribute to the Porsche 911 Turbo is printed on creamy archival paper and presented in a stout slipcase. Pay extra for the 300-off Publisher's Edition and you get an even stouter clamshell box that additionally houses convincing reproductions of Porsche ephemera such as press releases and photos, and actual 35mm colour slides, plus a 20-page supplement on how the book was put together.
Is either version worth the money? Emphatically yes, because the level of detail and the production values are stunning. To give just two examples: expert financial book-keepers were hired to check the production data for all 2819 Turbos built; and because no detailed cutaway drawing was ever made of the Turbo, noted cutaway artist Makoto Ouchi was commissioned to draw on. The print specification—which apparently involved '15-micron stochastic hybrid screens' and 'special wide-gamut inks'—will have any bibliophile salivating over their silkscreened linen slipcase.
Every possible aspect of the 1975–77 Turbo is covered in depth: development, build, mechanical, design, one-offs and special editions, racing versions... There's even a spread devoted to specific tyre inflators, jacks and plastic gloves supplied by Porsche for the Turbo's space-save tyre.
As you'll have gathered, we're impressed. It's taken a while for Turbo 3.0 to make it into these pages, but it was well worth the wait.
"Ryan Snodgrass's book on early Porsche Turbos is probably the greatest single model book that I've ever seen in my life. I have not been able to put it down since getting it. It is just full of every bit of geeky goodness about those cars. It is phenomenal."
Of course, when asked at 0:28:07 by Mark Green if manifested into a car, what kind of car would Robb Sass be, his affinity for the Turbo was clear. Sass answered he'd like to be a 1975 or 1976 Turbo Carrera, the first generation Turbo: "I think that they are kind of a little bit edgy. It was the height of the malaise era. A car I really respect as when everything else was slow and crappy, you had this car that would go 0 to 60 in about 5 seconds. Performance on par with a muscle car from ten years before at a time when people were building the Mustang II. If I could aspire to be any car...I'm not a 75-76 Turbo Carrera, but if I could that is probably what it would be as it was so shocking and so surprising and a little bit unpredictable." "Porsche never got the memo that the malaise era was going on."
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