Cinelli, Rizzoli and Richard Sachs. Design program…10/27/12

I’m a little late on this but there is a Design Book Fair this weekend at the Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T) One program in particular seems very exiting to the world of cycling with a panel discussion on leading innovators into the design of bicycles.

“Bikes and Books” a celebration of Bike Design is Saturday, October 28th from 3pm-5pm.

Here is more from the editor and chief of Designers & Books, Steve Kroeter.

“One of the programs we are most excited about highlights bicycles as design objects and the books that inspire bicycle people. Here are the members of that panel:

Moderator: Dan Rubinstein: editor in chief, Surface Magazine
Richard Sachs: builder/designer Richard Sachs Cycles
Mike Spriggs: owner Gage+DeSoto
Lodovico Pignatti Morano: writer and consultant
Antonio Colombo: president and owner of Cinelli

We think the fair is going to be a wonderful weekend-long celebration of books and design for the New York design community and all New Yorkers generally.”

Bikeblognyc readers can get a special discount on tickets.

Bikes and Books: A Celebration of Bicycle Design
Sat., Oct. 27: 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Special “friends” price: $15 (regular price $25)

Go: here.

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More info about the design fair:

The first Designers & Books Fair is set is set to launch on the last weekend of October in New York City—Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28. The Fair exhibition hall will include approximately 35 U.S. and European design book publishers and booksellers displaying and selling the newest titles for the Fall and upcoming holiday season as well as important backlist titles. Special Fair discounts (up to 30%) will be available on many books. There will also be rare and out-of-print book dealers; demonstrations of book arts, including calligraphy, letterpress printing, and bookbinding; and book signings. A special feature of the Fair will be programming in two auditoriums adjacent to the exhibition hall that will include presentations, interviews, and panel discussions—all with leading members of the international design community.

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