From the overview by architect Marco Romanelli discussing the evolution of the Show from its origins to the present day, the story of British designer Morag Myerscough recalling her debut in Michele De Lucchi's studio through to the approach focusing on material taken by the Ottone Studio based in Treviso: contents full of cross-references between design and graphic design are the distinguishing feature of Pulp 13. Not to forget the creative works of Ginette Caron highlighted on the cover of this issue before closing with the 45,000 notebooks donated by Fabriano to 8 schools in Kenya.
A selection of stories that confirm the importance of graphic choices in the search for quality by international companies and small-medium enterprises alike. PULP is a quarterly magazine founded in Italy by Fedrigoni; it is developed in London by the Eye Magazine team as a visual communication publishing project highlighting and news about the world of paper, with sector input and trends embracing techniques and various applications implemented worldwide. Pulp 13 is printed using papers made in Italy by Fedrigoni, including Stucco Old Mill PW 210g/m², Symbol Tatami White 150g/m², Tintoretto Ceylon Cannella 140g/m² and Oikos Extra White 150g/m².
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