These forty double-portraits taken by Vytautas Stanionis in 1946 (and discovered by his son in the mid 80s) were meant to be cut in half and used as identity photographs for soviet passports. The reason why two people share one frame was the lack of materials in postwar Lithuania.
Fronting a design with glo colours mismatched, a rebel for the rules of grids and type and an opposite of being a traditionalist and the obvious, this NIKE Basketball book by Bureau Mirko Borsche serves us as a remainder of what the new age could be heading to.
A 64 pages book for a photographer Geoffroy Boismenu by My Name Is, a design studio based in Paris.
The design transpose laying out and overlaying at its best with large serif in black and sans serif in red over tightly cropped top-down imagery shots.
Curated by Jessica Lin Cox and William Pym of James Cohan Gallery, Downtown transposes the vibrant art scene of New York’s Lower East Side—home to Project Projects’ own studio—onto the contemporary cultural landscape of Shanghai, China.
With a tease of an electric blue palette and a more humanly figure 9 ¾ × 5 inches narrow format that evokes both a traveler’s guidebook and vertically-set signage from an Eastern metropolis.
The catalogue is typeset to fit or juxtapose multilingual texts, set in both English and Chinese.
Wenford Dries is a destination designed for escape, born of a passion to create the ultimate refuge from city life on the site of a former clay drying factory in North Cornwall. Comprising expansive loft-style homes, artist studios, allotments and wild gardens in a location of outstanding beauty, Wenford Dries will be a unique idyll.
The brief was to communicate the vision and evoke a sense of place to investors and off-plan buyers. The theme of ‘A place for all seasons’ underpinned the curation of content resulting in a suite of collateral that included an informative architects pack and an emotive lifestyle magazine. Together they showcased the ambition of the architecture, interior design and the stunning diversity of the North Cornish landscape with a collection of photographs by artist Harry Cory-Wright.
Cisma is an independent academic journal from São Paulo, Brazil, run by a staff of volunteer undergraduate students of Literature at the University of São Paulo. The journal publishes only translations and essays on literature written by undergraduates from universities throughout the country, in biannual issues available both online and in print. “Haroldo de Campos” is a special issue re-edited by the staff of Cisma of an original publication comissioned by the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo in 1994. The issue is centered on the Brazilian poet and translator Haroldo de Campos, and comprises original texts on him by Jacques Derrida, Octávio Paz, Guillermo Cabrera Infante and João Cabral de Melo Neto. This new edition also brings a preface by Renan Nuernberger and an introduction by Diana Junkes Bueno, along with pastel illustrations by Victor Maia.
Catalogue for the Dear Graduation, the graduation show of 27 photography students of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. Designed by http://www.lennartsendebruijn.com.
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