"A Bird of a Different Feather: A Picture Book" is an abridged translation of Izumi Kyoka's 1897 short story "Kecho" with illustrations by Nakagawa Gaku. In this English-language version, special attention in terms of design was paid to details of materiality like paper choice and printing method, as well as to the stylistic interplay between word and image on the page. For example, the book utilizes a paper type whose special texture is reminiscent of materials from the Meiji Period (1868-1912).
Josef Kudelka, a world-renowned photographer, has held his photo exhibitions in many countries around the world. After a long wait, a gypsy-themed Kudelka exhibition was finally held in Korea, and his photo book was made. As it was the first exhibition in Korea, there was a request from the author that he wanted to make a book so that he could feel Korea. Hangeul and Hanok are Korean letters and architecture that represent Korea. Text refers to the mind and architecture means the form. Inspired by these two elements, wanted to design a way to express Korea's characteristics.
“Night Falls on the Berlin of the Roaring Twenties“ is a book about the golden age of Berlin. With hand drawn typography, the book is illustrated and designed in the style of illuminated advertising, billboards, old movies, and movie posters, and translates musical and cinematic elements into its medium.
Filled with diagrams, examples, and illustrations, Analogue Photography is a beautifully designed portable reference tool for new and experienced photographers who are attracted by the image quality of film and the tactile joy of a finely made vintage camera. Rediscovering film photography raises some questions, and this comprehensive guide provides the answers, describing the fundamentals of photography, the essential parts and mechanics of various types of 35mm camera, through to types of film processing, all in a convenient, easy to access and digestible format.
The cover of math/science textbooks were an effort to increase brand value by clearly depicting the identity of each subject through design. We used motifs such as common textures and symbols to show the continuation of the series through middle school and high school. The colors and layouts are different to distinguish each grade's textbook. Various design elements including interesting illustrations to evoke students' interest in the subject and Korean typography complete the cover design appropriately for each grade.
The Gaceta Audio Magazine is a bi-monthly publication of the National College of Opticians Optometrist of Spain, It is intended for audiologist, hearing aid technicians, ENT's and students in Audiology. 11.000 copies are printed and distributed free of charge to licensed professionals, hearing centers, optical centers, universities, professional schools, etcetera, in a word the entire market of audiology in Spain. The magazine supports its design in the prominent use of images, some medical and other most evocative, it helps to improve the experience of the reader.
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