The Big Book of Bullshit publication is a graphic exploration of truth, trust and lies and is divided into 3 visually juxtaposed chapters. The Truth: An illustrated essay on the psychology of deception. The Trust: a visual investigation on the notion trust and The Lies: An illustrated gallery of bullshit, all derived from anonymous confessions of deception. The book's visual layout takes inspiration from Jan Tschichold's 'Van de Graaf canon', used in book design to divide a page in pleasing proportions.
After the devastating earthquake of 2016, the Umbria Region of Italy required a reposition of its communications. This catalog is that journey displaying the cultural riches of unknown areas of the territory. Each of the section index pages was designed focusing on communicating that storytelling. Although mainly a photography journey of light and unseen culture, the textual part of the catalog has been treated to balance the visual story.
Redesigned The Classic of Tea, which is the world's earliest book recording tea. The book is wholly made and packaged by beech wood. The central title is carved with red copper. Ancient Chinese culture before Christ was mostly handed down by bamboo, trees and bronze, and tea culture also evolved from these three materials.
ArtBook contains the results of the participants in the LADA 2050 future vision project. The design release is complex and filled with many different types of sketches and stages of modeling a conceptual mode of transport. The main task was to collect them in a complete and understandable publication. A complicated navigation system was created for ArtBook. Many info graphic elements, photos and drawings of the model, as well as photos of the stages of creating the finalist's car model, were developed and systematized.
The most important aim of the project was the preparation of a text about the design of books in the 16th century in Poland and the graphic design of the publication. The resulting book has a general and popularizing nature. The main goal was to provide the collected and structured material showing the formation of the Polish Renaissance book to people interested in the history of books, experienced and beginner graphic designers. The designed structure of publications presents the old prints in real size and the method of their production in additional elements like e.g. a dust jacket.
The annual report Dorina Nowill is a publication that presents annual results of the foundation's performance, essential for the maintenance of its funders, which allow it to assist blind or with low vision people free of charge. The graphic project developed by Laika sought to bring the reality of the blind to the experience of reading the book, exploring the tactile sensation, as a relief in the printing of the cover, and the points printed in Braille, presenting the reader with aspects of the daily life of blind or with low vision people through Braille reading resources.
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