The fourteenth edition of Pulp, made for Fedrigoni by Eye magazine, features articles about luxurious superyacht catalogues, Dr Cristina Dondi’s forthcoming exhibition ‘Printing R-Evolution’ and horror movie fanzine What Monster, among others. This issue’s cover shows a detail from Róberto Berény’s 1928-29 poster for Modiano, one of 25,000 posters in Treviso’s Museo Nazionale Collezione Salce. Our regular ‘People and paper’ profile looks at publisher and brand consultant Élodie Boyer. There is also an eight-page insert (Italian and English only) about Torino Graphic Days, featuring design by Mucho, Sascha Lobe (Pentagram) and Studio Dumbar.
Contents in full
- Anne Miltenburg profiles Éditions Non Standard’s Élodie Boyer.
- In ‘Passion for posters’, Davide Fornari explores Italy’s biggest archive of historical Italian advertising posters, the Salce Collection, which now has a permanent home in Treviso.
- Roberto Rota writes about the award-winning fashion catalogue for Tela.
- Pulp editor John L. Walters previews ‘Printing R-Evolution’, a Venetian exhibition that challenges preconceptions about the fifteenth-century book trade.
- In ‘An anorak calls’, film critic Isabel Stevens looks at What Monster, a new horror movie fanzine that is paradise for film-spotters.
- Sarah Miller writes about the quiet luxury of casebound superyacht catalogues.
- In ‘Peaceful keepsake’, Sarah Snaith talks to Bürocratik’s Adriano Esteves about the design studio’s arresting brochure design for Teatro Académico de Gil Vicente in Coimbra, Portugal.
Pulp 14 was printed on papers made in Italy by Fedrigoni, including Symbol Card 1Side 240 g/m2, Freelife Vellum Ivory 120 g/m2, Woodstock Betulla 140 g/m2 and X-PER Premium White 140 g/m2. The printing was managed by Opero in Verona, Italy. Pulp is published in two editions, each in two languages: Italian/English and French/Spanish.
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