2014-08-11 Designing for a literature of protest
2014-04-23 All the colours
2014-03-11 And so we begin again…
2014-01-18 Marble End Papers
2013-12-15 DD on AK
2013-09-18 BBB Collection
BBB Flitwick (working title) is the first in a series of bespoke headline faces for Esquire UK’s Big Black Book, in this case, issue 2.
2013-03-14 1+1+1=3 Volume II
When we first designed 1+1+1=3 for Culturgest, we already knew it was going to be a series of exhibitions within a strict format, with an accompanying series of publications, also in a strict format.
2013-03-05 Ten for Octavo
We’re happy about the launch of the ninth and tenth books in Octavo publicaties’ series.
2013-02-11 WTW, finished
We’re proud to announce the first issue of Peter Biľak’s new Works That Work magazine.
We’re working on the design of Works that Work, a new magazine of unexpected creativity, founded by Peter Biľak.
2012-05-11 Two weeks of drawing (2)
2012-04-17 14/1/1991 – 2/3/1991
José Loureiro. Two weeks of drawings.
2012-04-05 Trust your eyes
This week, we’re going crazy over image rendering on the “The New iPad”.
Today we launched the new website of curator and writer Maaike Lauwaert:
2012-02-18 M M
2012-01-19 The Summoning of all beings
Luisa Correia Pereira A Convocação de Todos os Seres
2011-11-04 What it is / How it functions?
At 113 × 175 mm, this catalog for Alexander Gutke is the smallest book we’ve made so far.
2011-10-10 A/W 11/12 COLOURS
Download the PDF or go to your book store.
2011-09-28 Skeleton Formes?
2011-09-26 CET OBSCUR OBJET DU DÉSIR
2011-09-05 Object Iteration
Masthead for Mk. Magazine, based on François Rappo’s new Genath typeface.
2011-05-31 People & Time
2010-12-07 A A A A A A A A
The Book of AA
2010-10-15 Last Exit
Getting samples of the printed sheets for a book is always an exhilarating and daunting moment at once.
2010-10-04 Dear Reader
Here it is.
2010-08-31 It’s almost done
2010-08-13 Carl Rollins
A video about our favourite edition of Thoreau’s Walden
2010-07-03 Summertime Fonts
2010-06-09 You know a conjurer gets no credit
You know a conjurer gets no credit when once he has explained his trick; and if I show you too much of my method of working, you will come to the conclusion that I am a very ordinary individual after all. – The character Sherlock Holmes, in Arthur Conan Doyle, “A study in Scarlet”. London: Ward ...
2010-05-19 Octavo Publicaties
While developing a book collection for Octavo publicaties, we gathered a ton of dummies.