The tenth edition of Pulp, made for Fedrigoni by Eye magazine, features a beautifully art directed mix of innovative design work, with profiles, interviews, people and paper. This issue focuses in particular on studios from across Europe that take on the challenge of designing catalogues for the enterprising furniture and lighting design manufacturers that flock to Milan's annual Salone del Mobile.
Contents in full
- 'Poetry and motion', an interview with Leonardo Sonnoli, 'the fleet-footed poet of contemporary Italian graphic design'
- A profile of GraphX, the graphic design arm of multi-disciplinary studio Lissoni Associati, which was set up in 1986
- 'House style', an insider and outsider view on the enduring appeal of the Salone del Mobile
- A selection of catalogues by design studios such as Atrois Studio (France), Odosdesign (Spain), D'Apostrophe and Metodo who have found original and diverse ways to serve the demanding furniture and lighting design sector with exemplary design for print and paper
- A look at the work of Udine-based design duo Think Work Observe
- 'People and paper: Supermundane', which looks at the bold and intricate artwork of Rob Lowe, a UK designer / illustrator who combines playfulness with social engagement
Pulp 10 was printed on papers made in Italy by Fedrigoni, including Symbol Freelife Raster E33 300 g/m2, Symbol Matt Plus 170 g/m2, Materica Kraft 120 g/m2 and Freelife Vellum PW 140 g/m2, at Veronalibri in Verona.
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