- Paperjam workshopsOur unique Paperjam workshops give designers, print buyers, students and publishers a lively introduction to the art of print and how creative print design can create beautiful and effective publications. What we’ll cover: Artwork – what your printer will need from you and best way to supply it to make sure you get a perfect reproduction from your design Print processes – learn about digital printing, litho offset printing, riso printing, screen printing and how to choose which will work best f
- Revolution Decoded: Iran’s Digital Media LandscapeClient: Small Media Format: 213mm x 152mm, six booklets 16pp-32pp with poster and bellyband, loop stitched Materials: 150gsm Symbol Satin, 120gsm Papagayo Mediterranean Blue Medium: CMYK digital London-based action lab providing digital research, training and advocacy solutions to support the work of civil society actors who provide assistance to at-risk communities around the world.
- A Bloomsbury SouvenirClient: Design for Today/Alice Pattullo Format: 150x100mm, long 26pp, 13-panel leporello fold Material: 240gsm Munken Pure smooth Method: Litho four Pantone colours Tribute to the decorative arts of Bloomsbury, taking inspiration from the painted furniture, gardens and murals of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.
- Crass Art and Other Pre Post Modernist Monsters 1961-1997Client: Exitstencil Press/Gee Vaucher Format: 267mm x 217mm, 120pp, perfectbound Material: 140gsm Edixion, 500 micron greyboard cover Method: Digital CMYK “Artists often lament the loss of quality when their work is reproduced. But the work of a purely graphic artist is invariably enhanced by the printing process.” Ian Dury “By its nature, [Gee Vaucher’s] work has previously appeared in unexpected places, giving a shock of truth. That’s been a large part of its power. Gee is a prime example
- Paper DollA traditional toy with a creative twist. Paper Doll comes complete with ready-to-wear outfits, part of an expanding collection under Louise Lockhart’s Printed Peanut publishing brand. Client: Louise Lockhart Format: 235mm x138mm, long 8pp, closed gatefold Material: 200gsm Olin Rough High White Method: Litho three Pantones
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- Guest, Ghost, Host: MACHINE! MarathonProgramme for the Serpentine Marathon 2017. Printed in two Pantone spot colours; 805 and Green. Designed by Atelier Carvalho Bernau with Vera van de Seyp, this booklet features the work of Mario Santamaría studies the role of the contemporary observer. Amongst his work is the continuously growing collection of images of Google Streetview robots’ gaze falling upon themselves, in the mirrors of the institutes they are tasked to document. Staring at their own image, what do they see? Santamaría col
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