The twelfth edition of Pulp, made for Fedrigoni by Eye magazine, features articles about the work of Studio Mut in Bolzano (Italy) and the work of Tres Tipos Gráficos in Madrid. This issue’s cover star and the subject of the regular ‘People and paper’ feature is Steven Guarnaccia, whose work has spanned myriad projects, including magazines of all kinds, watches, graphic novels, children’s books, comic strips and painted, three- dimensional objects. The issue also looks at a tactile and luxurious property catalog and letterpress printed LP slipcases contained within British record label Leaf’s twentieth- anniversary box set.
- Sharon Tolaini-Sage interviews Studio Mut, the Bolzano design studio founded by Thomas Kronbichler and Martin Kerschbaumer, who choose mood over words;
- John L. Walters talks to Italian-American illustrator Steven Guarnaccia about notebooks, design-obsessed fairy tales and the wisdom of saying ‘yes’;
- ‘Leaf and tree’ looks at the British record label Leaf’s twentieth-anniversary box set. Founder Tony Morley called on Leeds-based design studio Split who inked and printed the rings of a Japanese larch onto Materica
- 180 g/m2 for an edition of 200 boxes;
- Manuel Sesma Prieto in ‘Concept comes first’ looks at the Spanish design studio Tres Tipos Gráficos and their designs that exude an honesty and individual voice;
- ‘Home on the page’ is about Construct’s tactile brochure for a residential London tower by architects Herzog & de Meuron and that will make you feel as if you have joined an exclusive club.
Pulp 12 was printed on papers made in Italy by Fedrigoni, including Woodstock Betulla 225 g/m2, Arcodesign 140 g/m2, Woodstock Giallo 140 g/m2, Symbol Matt Plus 150 g/m2 and Splendorlux L/W Premium White 120 g/m2. The printing was managed by Opero in Verona, Italy.
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