Publications



here, there, everywhere

Date: 2014
Authors: Renny Ramakers with contributors, Agata Jaworska (editor)
Graphic design: Thonik
Publisher: Stichting Droog Design

With essays, conversations and talks by David Allin, Jurgen Bey, Koert Debeuf, Theo Deutinger, Greg Lindsay, Winy Maas, Justin McGuirk, Heleen Mees, Renny Ramakers, Charles Renfro, Wouter Vanstiphout and Daniel van der Velden.

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Droog Lab: defining the next generation of global design

Date: 2011
Authors: Renny Ramakers with contributors, Agata Jaworska (editor)
Graphic design: Thonik
Publisher: Stichting Droog Design

Together with contributors, designers and partners, Renny Ramakers is currently working on a series of publications as part of the Droog Lab. The first four publications include Droog al Arab, Luxury of the North, Serving NY and Russia consumes. Read more about the Lab here.

















A Human Touch

Date: 2006
Authors: Renny Ramakers
Graphic design: Irma Boom
Photography: Robaard/Theukens with styling by Marjo Kranenborg
Publisher: ??

This English product catalogue was published as part of the travelling Droog exhibition ‘A Human Touch’. The photographs show people like you and me, together with Droog products.

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Simply Droog 10+3

Date: 2004
Authors: Renny Ramakers, Anneke Moors (editor), Aaron Betsky (contributor), Ole Bouman (contributor), Ed van Hinte (contributor), Ellen Lupton (contributor), Louise Schouwenberg (contributor), Marieke Sonneveld (contributor), Jaakko van ‘t Spijker (contributor)
Graphic design: Thonik
Publisher: ??

The book Simply Droog 10 + 3 years of creation, innovation and discussion gives an overview of all the products, exhibitions, projects, publications of Droog since its founding in 1993, as well as an insight into the Droog mentality.

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Less+More

Date: 2002
Authors: Renny Ramakers, Ed van Hinte (editor)
Graphic design: Thonik
Publisher: 010 Publishers, Rotterdam

The book Less+More, Droog Design in context was presented during Droog’s Milan presentation of Hotel Droog* in 2002. Less+More is not limited to Droog but includes the social and cultural backdrop against which the company operates.

The title refers first of all to the fact that in the Droog collection less and more literally come together in a single product. More generally, it refers to the paradox of the coexistence of less and more that resonates in our modern Western culture. One can see this in the coexistence of numerous contrasts such as the new and the existing, the special and the common, perfection and imperfection, the ugly and the beautiful, illusion and reality.

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Droog Design: Spirit of the Nineties

Date: 1998
Authors: Renny Ramakers, Gijs Bakker (editor), Paola Antonelli (contributor), Yvonne Brentjes (contributor)
Graphic design: ??
Publisher: ??

Book about the philosophy and products of Droog Design, by Roelof Mulder & Annemarie Pruyssen.

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