The newsrooms last line of defence
Determining the flow rate…
…of free gas in the water column using hydroacoustic systems
Doctoral thesis by Mario Enrique Veloso Alarcón for Ghent University. Very complex matter asks for a clear as possible design. The table of contents lies at the core of the design and starts on the back of the cover. Numbers close to the edge of the book guide you through the chapters accompanied by thick black lines. There are references in the text to an extra booklet that contains all the graphics and tables.
BRATZ & NONNO
AUTOLUBRIFIANT — FRANCOIS VAN DAMME
Play the piano drunk…
…like a percussion instrument until the fingers begin to bleed a bitBooklet for the exhibition of the master students Sint-Lukas Brussels, 2010. A poster was made for each student representing their work. These posters were brought together on top of eachother in the booklet. In this way their works were put next to each other without being in control about what surprising combinations they would make…
Oops Wrong Planet
Cnocspot creative agency
…zeepbellen & paraplu’s?Theaterplay made by poor stricken people, homeless people and what the government calls them by the worst name: illegals. The design is literally a visual translation of the sub-title: soap bubbles and umbrellas. Inside the booklet interviews alternate with pamflet like text containing excerpts of the human rights law and a speech of Nelson Mandela.
niemand hoeft het te begrijpen)…
…Paul Nougé en het Belgische surrealisme
Essay about Paul Nougé written by Eric Min. Together with Pieterjan Van Parys. Paul Nougé’s subtle interference with reality directly influenced us in designing this booklet. All the quotes were turned just 1 degree. The interference is almost invisible, but it is there. Just like you need time to look at Paul Nougé’s photography to understand exactly what is happening, there is some time needed to realise that the quotes are crooked.