FIGURE is a Paris-based cultural journal
featuring art, design, music, architecture,
nature, photography, medias, gastronomy, style, sport and art de vivre investigations.
Biannual and bilingual, each issue features
10 portraits of anonymous, emerging, famous or iconic personnalities.
“Novo” is a font specially designed for Nanovo. It is geometrically shaped text typeface derived from logotype alredy in use.
“Novo” is in Extended Latin encoding, as OpenType format. Offering language support for Central European, Baltic, Turkish languages, and more). Including alternative characters and symbols.
Specimen and poster available to order.
Ahoj is a project by Roman Ruster and Michael Taschinski.
They Collect and analyse stuff and experiment with shapes, colours and typefaces to learn about the visual language of different metropolises.
Catalogue is an independent graphic design studio based in the North of England and founded in 2010 by Tom Pratt and Oliver Shaw. The studio specialises in design for print, branding, identity, books, exhibition and web. We work for both commercial clients and on self initiated projects.
14.–15. October 2011
Self-Publishing Book Fair for Design and Art
No other branch predicts its own demise as often as the book industry. Yet despite the apodictic “book-is-dead” lament of many experts, countless new books are again being published this year. Now, parallel to the Frankfurt Book Fair, a new event is being launched. Self-publishing in design and art is the topic of this fair, organized under the general heading “Print Culture – Dead or Alive?!”.
Bonjour Jean-Jacques is a two graphic designers (Mat Servant and Pierre Rose) collaboration of 20, who are based in Paris.
Double page spread for the Cinepur #76 which celebrated 20 years of its publishing. Cinepur is the magazin devoted to modern Cinephiles published since 1991.