Spreads from the Collect 2019 Catalogue.
Collect 2019 catalogue design, featuring four different covers.
Fedrigoni 365 — 2019 launches tomorrow night.
365 – 2019. Another mammoth collaboration with the resulting beautiful white tome, holding 10 different @fedrigoni_uk
Looking forward to the launch tomorrow night. See you there.
If you’d like to buy the calendar, it will be sold via @counterprintbooks
with profits going to Shelter.
We’re delighted to share the first images of Fedrigoni 365 — 2019.
Fedrigoni 365 is a collaboration involving 365 designers, illustrators and photographers from throughout the UK, gathered together by an open call for entries.
Each participant was asked to contribute a piece of work interpreting a date provided
to them at random. Confines were established to challenge each designer’s creativity
by restricting the book to one colour print, which forced their pieces to focus strictly on
concept, shape and form. Through these parameters the Calendar has shaped into a
beautiful visual story whose pace varies from page to page, and spread to spread.
For the 2019 edition each design was printed to one of ten white sheets from
Fedrigoni’s expansive collection of papers. The resulting book has a mille-feuille-like
layering, from the blueish hues of X-Per Premium White to the warm tones of Materica
Gesso and Old Mill Bianco. Each date has a spread of its own, giving the designs space
to breathe, and the book itself an imposing size. The resulting white tome is part numeral
muse, part source of historic facts and part thing of beauty.
Each participant is to receive a copy of the book and an invitation to the Fedrigoni 365
launch party on 29 November 2018 at Protein Gallery in London.
500 copies of the book will be sold via counter-print.co.uk, with profits going to Shelter.
Thanks to everyone who came to the private view of ‘Gerald Cinamon: Graphic Designer and Author’ last night – what a great turn out. The exhibition continues until 5pm today and next week.
A very limited run of A1 screen-printed posters by Dan Mather @danielmather
are now available for sale from geraldcinamon.bigcartel.com (link in bio)
16, 17 — 21 November
9.30 — 17.00
67 Clerkenwell Road
London EC1R 5BL