Print Isn’t Dead™ Element 003 comes wrapped in different typographic covers individually typeset by our designer James Lunn. And for those of you who are itching to know what’s featured inside this incredible issue, here’s an opportunity for you to catch a glimpse of our publication. And if you have been waiting for the right moment, your chance is here, enjoy the scroll through our glorious issue before you order.
People of Print teamed up with Milieu Grotesque, Hewlett-Packard, Pureprint Group and Fedrigoni to bring you their latest issue. HP® Indigo technology allows the high quality printing of this cover. Element 003 looks at the themes of personalisation, variable data, digital and analogue printing focusing on the idea of permanence. This issue features the likes of Eike König, Hansje van Halem, YEVU Clothing, Peter Judson, Studio Moross, Kin Design, Brixton Brewery plus many more.
Printed in white ink using HP® Indigo technology at the Pureprint facility in Uckfield, directly onto Sirio Ultra Black paper. The body of the publication will be litho printed using three spot colours; Pantone 638u (blue), Pantone 1505u (orange) and black.
People of Print have kindly been supported by Grafik and Design Milk for Element 003.
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