The seventh edition of Pulp, Fedrigoni's journal of people and paper, is packed with profiles, case studies and great images from the world of design and print.
- An interview with Tony Brook, co-founder of innovative design book publisher Unit Editions.
- The role of coffee in New Zealand life and leisure.
- 'The Art of Ping Pong' turns table tennis bats into graphic objects.
- Signs of Italy – the eccentricity and diversity of Italian signs.
- Flea market treasures were the inspiration behind Carter Wong's award-winning notebooks.
- Experimenta magazine has played a pivotal role in developing Spanish design culture.
- An intimate and emotional manifesto for Lanvin explores the work and thoughts of artistic director Alber Elbaz.
- Di Martino's pasta packaging reflects the tastes and history of Gragnano in southern Italy.
Pulp 07 was printed on papers made in Italy by Fedrigoni, including Old Mill PW 250 g/m2, Freelife Vellum PW 140g/m2, Woodstock Pistacchio 140 g/m2 and Symbol Matt Plus 150 g/m2, at Varigrafica Alto Lazio in Rome.
International artists, illustrators and designers are welcome to approach Pulp with anything of interest made using Fedrigoni papers: please contact the Pulp editorial team at email@example.com.