CATEGORY

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RANK

Judge's Pick


PRODUCTION DETAILS

Quantity

700

Page Count

84 + cover

Number of Colors

2

Binding

Perfect bound

Dimensions

4 × 5.5 × 2.7

Paper Stock

Cover Antalis Keaykolour Embossed, Black, 300gr/m2
Interior Munken Print 15, 100gr/m2

Special Techniques

Cover Foil stamp


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LINKS

marcinmarkowski.pl
mos.pl
teatr-polski.pl

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CLIENT

POZ­nan Teatr Pol­s­ki w Poz­na­niu is a mod­ern and open to new ideas the­atre that cul­ti­vates the best the­atri­cal traditions.Two dis­tinct trends that iden­ti­fy its artis­tic pro­file is a rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of Pol­ish clas­sics and oth­ers from around the world, and the imple­men­ta­tion of mod­ern dra­ma.


BRIEF

My assign­ment was to design a pro­gram for the “Eter­nal April.” It con­sti­tutes an artis­tic frame for the play “Eter­nal April” by Jaroslaw Jakubows­ki, direct­ed by Agniesz­ka Kory­tkowiej-Mazur.


APPROACH

This pro­gram was inspired by a prayer book from the ear­ly twen­ti­eth cen­tu­ry. As in the play, the pro­gram mix­es the sacred with the pro­fane using a torn pic­ture of Pol­ish soci­ety in a cul­tur­al and reli­gious con­text.

PRODUCTION LESSONS

The biggest challenge was to find a balance within the mixture of the profane and the sacred as placed in cultural and religious contexts.

Judge’s Comments
I loved this little book because it seemed smart and lovingly cared for and even though the entire thing is in Polish (and I’m Texan) there seems to me to be a clear concept from front to back. The typography is classic but confident and the illustrative technique seems vintage (Bauhaus or Dada) but contemporary and fresh at the same time. The designers have taken the typical existing imagery of actors and sets from theatrical productions and have transformed them into pure graphic joy through their own sheer will. The entire book is printed only two-color but I give its creators a standing ovation for their stellar performance. — DJ Stout

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