RCA: Visual Communication Catalogue

RCA: Visual Communication Catalogue
June 25, 2014 Calverts_123

RCA fore edge

There are a number of different ways to physically divide a publication into sections.

 

The recent Heretics report is a an example of using a secondary stock (in this case a transparent paper) to separate chapters.
This years Royal College of Art Visual Communication catalogue, just printed at Calverts, has another take on how to break up a publication into distinct sections. The top image above illustrates how designers can plan artwork to print in narrower sections to give an interesting result on the fore-edge.
Want to try something similar? Get in touch.

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