Hello.

Thanks for stopping by. I am an experienced editorial art-director and designer, having worked almost exclusively with illustrated non-fiction books for the past ten years and with comprehensive integrated design studio experience prior to it.

Drop me a line if you think I can help witha project:
alex@alexandrecoco.co.uk

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Awards

British Book Design and Production Awards
2017:    Morbid Curiosities (shortlisted)

2016:    The Vintage Showroom (shortlisted)

2015:    This Is... series (winner series identity)
            Alan Kitching’s A–Z of Letterpress (shortlisted)

2011:    Design Futures (shortlisted)

DAM Architectural Book Award
2016:    This Is Frank Lloyd Wright

Foundation :: Output Yearbook 11
2008:    Free Association / Chelsea College PG-Dip Catalogue

Selected Published Books

2021:    Into the Wild,  Skulls, How to Build a Bicycle in a Weekend, Gus Van Sant, The Bird, Sculptor’s Studio, Furoshiki

2020:    How to Build a Motorcycle, Anatomica, Street Art Manual, Philip Guston

2019:    Contemporary Chinese Furniture Design, From Above, Photographers on Photography, Daido Moriyama: How I Take Photographs

2018:    Racing Bicycles, TTT: Tattoo, The Art of the Fold, Manufacturing Architecture

2017:    Play with Me, The Book of the Cat

2016:    Morbid Curiosities, Read This if You Want to Be Instagram Famous, Manufacturing Architecture, Toolshed Colouring Book

2015:    Toolshed Journal, 100 Years of Tattoos, The Great British Colouring Map, Secret Garden Artist’s Edition, This Is Caravaggio, Cut and Fold Paper Textures

2014:    The Vintage Showroom, What Is Architecture?, This Is Frank Lloyd Wright, Alan Kitching’s A–Z of Letterpress, The Little Book of Typographic Ornament, A Very British Revolution

2013:    Enchanted Forest, This Is Bacon, This Is Matisse, The Gardens of England, New City, A Home of Your Own, Fashion Futures

2012:    Cult Shoes, Made in Japan, Transforming King’s Cross, Happy Home

2011:    A–Z of 21st Century Cars, Downside Abbey, Design Futures, Cult Eyewear, Watch Me Move (Barbican Art Gallery)

2010:    21st Century London, The Vintage Modern Home, The Wine Year
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