The cover featuring a photographic portrait of Munich-based graphic designer Mirko Borsche, is printed on Sirio Ultra Black 280 g/m² in silver with foiled logo.
The issue includes features:
- ‘Form follows strategy’, Sarah Snaith talks to partner and creative director Daniel Ayuso of Barcelona design studio Clase BCN which, rather than chasing trends, strives for sensitivity and vision.
- Fedrigoni’s Chiara Medioli writes about the celebrated British illustrator David Gentleman, who captures the teamwork, skill and machinery involved in papermaking on location at the Fedrigoni 'Fabriano' mill while the paper masters were making Artistico, Fabriano 5 & Roma. Each image is accompanied with detailed technical captions written by Fabriano’s Giuseppe Prezioso.
- In ‘The floating world’, Patrick Baglee talks to London design agency IWANT, which became its own client after launching a beautifully packaged brand of matcha tea.
- Pulp looks at Fedrigoni Top Award winners past and present, and goes behind the scenes with the jury to ask the question, ‘What does it take to win?’
- The subject of our regular ‘People and paper’ feature is Mirko Borsche, whose designs for the Bavarian State Opera are as adventurous as the institution’s worldclass productions.
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