Creative agency Attik has released NoiseFive, the latest edition in the company’s series of experimental design books.

With a limited run of 3,000 copies available for sale, Attik’s self-published NoiseFive is now available at selected specialist bookstores around the world – and directly from Attik for £65 plus shipping. A number of signed limited-editions are also available by ordering from the Attik Web site.

Having self-published its first three Noise publications (the first book appeared in 1995), Attik’s NoiseFour was published by HarperCollins Publishers in New York. This book was also accepted into the permanent collection of San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art. The self-published NoiseFive has been handcrafted by Attik’s principals in a return to the best traditional production values of print, embodying the firm’s passionately held idea that there should be no compromises in great design, regardless of the economic challenges faced.

The book offers hundreds of pages of exciting print design using nine unique paper stocks and featuring more than 40 print finishes (including rub and reveal heat sensitive inks, hot foils, silver latex scratch-off inks, fluorescent screen print and hi-build gloss varnishes)

NoiseFive also presents a detailed, first-of-its-kind retrospective on the company and its principals, written by noted branding and marketing industry journalist Karl Greenberg.