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We were over the moon to be approached by Gallery Print, the Berlin based printer specialising in cooperations with designers and artists, to design their 2015 calendar.
Not just an ordinary calendar the custom design also doubles up as FontFont® typeface specimen, offering daily font inspiration with 365 selected FontFonts hidden behind the scratch-off panels of each day!
Designed as a set of posters, each month can be positioned side by side making it perfect for long term planning as well as offering fantastic type inspiration after use as a calendar. To find out more behind the theory and design behind this brilliantly unusual calendar head over to our Behance page.
So fancy getting your hands on a free copy? Then be sure to come down to Gallery Print's ‘End of Summer' party on Friday 29th August at 7pm for food, drinks and dancing whilst a cool selection of DJs spin vinyl on top of the printers!
To get involved all you have to do is sign up to the guest list by August 25th on gallery-print.de/party.
The second of our posts on the FF Quixo notebook provides an insight into its design, specifications and printing via hand drawn sketches and images taken throughout the production process.
- Notebook: 13 × 21cm, 64 pages Papyrus Recyconomic Pale Pink 80g/m², cover is printed in two Pantone colors (Pantone 184 & Pantone Violet) + Black.
- Dust jacket: 52 × 84cm, Igepa Opakal 50g/m², 4 Pantone colors (Pantone 184, Pantone 705, Pantone Violet, Pantone Yellow) + Black.
- Printed at Gallery Print in Berlin.
- Available at the TYPO San Francisco and TYPO Berlin.
Initial illustrations of creating a specimen poster that doubles up as a dust jacket.
Thoughts on different ways of folding the dust jacket around the notebook.
Calculations for potential sizing of the specimen poster.
Color adjustments at the printers.
Fine-tuning the color and pressure values.
Talented craftsmen from Gallery Print in Berlin.
Checking the colors.
Eagle eyes — Céline and Natalie check the proof
Céline holding the first proof.permalink