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Gaceta Audio 23

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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100 Years

The album is a tribute to the Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic on the 100th anniversary of its existence. Rich in illustrations, archival photos, memories of outstanding figures in the world of music, the book received a modern design, and in order to emphasize the jubilee character of the publication, high-quality sophisticated paper, advanced printing and refining techniques were used. The album takes the reader into the world of the orchestra's history and presents the backstage of the philharmonic hall.

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Lyf

The inspiration for creation of the calendar was the energy of young, creative people taking part in the international Lodz Young Fashion Award event. The project combines a metallic cover referring to the mirror, an inseparable tool of every fashion designer, fluorescent colors that encourage and inspire action and provide a lot of free space for the creative search. It starts with the date of this year's contest and ends with the date of the next edition of the event. It has the character of a personal diary, its idea is to accompany participants and fans of the contest throughout the year.

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INGRAD Annual Report 2019

Key purpose of the Annual report 2019 was to disclose investment prospectives and reliability of INGRAD group to investment banks financing INGRAD group construction. The use of typography combined with photos of projects (photos of residential estate constructed by the company). Key purpose of typographic work is to create exclusive design and such a print type that could reflect the high-profile status of INGRAD construction facilities.

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Kolo Mego Uokiyneczka

The 5-part publication is a folk song book containing 1100 songs with notes and lyrics from the Pszczyna region in Poland, intended for folk choirs, ensambles and musicians. The design is inspired by the manuscript and typewriter effects. The names of chapters are printed on bleeds and represent typewriting errors crossovers (“xxx”) visually similar to folkwear patterns. The use of 3 colors (dark burgundy, blue and violet) refers to the ink used in manuscripts. 5 notebooks in a common etui are handy to use when singing and easily photocopyable, due to the a4 format.

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180º North East

"180º North East" is a 90,000 word adventure narrative. It tells the true story of the journey Daniel Kutcher made through Australia, Asia, Canada and Scandinavia in the fall of 2009 when he was 24. Integrated within the main body of text that tells the story of what he lived through and learnt during the trip, photos, maps, expressive text and video help immerse the reader in the adventure and give a better sense of the author's own personal experience.

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