The eleventh edition of Pulp, made for Fedrigoni by Eye magazine, has been redesigned using typefaces by Italian digital type foundry CAST – Cooperativa Anonima Servizi Tipografici – who are the subject of one of its feature articles. This issue also looks at lavish books and business cards in the digital age and there is a report from Fedrigoni’s Label Lab event in London, which focused on label and packaging design.
- In ‘Book of Bob’, Martin Colyer looks at Taschen’s tactile blockbuster Bob Dylan: A Year and A Day
- Silvia Sfligiotti writes about the type foundry CAST for ‘In the republic of letters’
- Cover star Marcel Wanders is the regular ‘People and paper’ feature. Pulp’s editor John L. Walters interviews the famous product designer about his giant book Rijks, Masters of the Golden Age
- In ‘Game of cards’, Paul Keers asks: ‘In the age of digital communications, just what is it that makes today’s business cards so appealing?’ This article includes elaborately designed and beautifully printed business cards from across Europe
- ‘Stick together’ is about Label Lab, held at London’s Priory Church of the Order of St John, and shows the work of featured designers Xavier Bas, Pablo Martín (Atlas) and Andy Giddings (Here Design)
Pulp 11 was printed on papers made in Italy by Fedrigoni, including Nettuno Bianco Artico 280 g/m2, Splendorgel EW 140 g/m2, Nettuno Polvere 140 g/m2, Symbol Freelife Gloss 170 g/m2 and Symbol Pearl 170 g/m2.The printing was managed by Opero in Verona, Italy. International artists, illustrators and designers are welcome to approach Pulp with anything of interest made using Fedrigoni or Fabriano papers: please contact the Pulp editorial team at email@example.com. Design professionals who wish to read a copy can request Pulp free of charge by contacting their local Fedrigoni representative. You can also follow @ pulpjournal on Twitter and @pulpjournal_ on Instagram.