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Colour, bilingual edition of the catalogue for an exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of the National Design Prizes (PND). The exhibition was intended to showcase the culture of design and contrast it with the ‘design’ culture propagated by the media, a theme reflected in the publication’s tabloid-style format. The exhibition was organised in three sections – designers, users and companies – and in the catalogue these are linked to three distinct colour ranges: red, blue and green.
Talent Latent was a ‘15 in 1’ photography exhibition that presented the work of 15 photographers in one space. The catalogue mirrors this ‘15 in 1’ format: it consists of 15 booklets (one per artist), plus one for institutional texts and articles by the curators – all bound together in a single volume. Each booklet has its own cover, and the number of pages varies depending on the nature of the project. The typographic concept is based on airport information panels to reflect the fact that the exhibition brought together artists from different parts of world in a single space. The typographic approach used on the cover is maintained on the inside covers, which show only the name of the artist responsible for the work featured in each booklet. The graphic design of the catalogue needed to match the bold, experimental nature of the projects featured in the exhibition.
Tempus Fugit – a book on calendar design – was a project commissioned by Index Book. From the start, as authors we didn’t want the book to be just a ‘sticker album’ full of images showing other designers’ projects. The project involved conceptual work and research on the subject of time. The book has 365 pages and is structured in 12 chapters/case studies. It contains 52 reflections on the subject of time and 75 calendar designs from around the world. Graphically, it’s full of elements that lend it a rich, solid character as a graphic and publishing project: the use of colour and typography, fold-out, papers, binding...
The BCDM, a platform created by the Barcelona Design Centre, is emerging as the meeting point for design managers working in Barcelona and its environs. The idea was to create an abstract piece with a strong visual impact in order to avoid formulaic approaches. We also wanted to generate a sense of movement and speed, which is achieved by the coloured lines. The material used – heavyweight one-side coated card stock – suggests the solidity of the platform.