국립한글박물관 그래픽

국립한글박물관 그래픽
어우렁더우렁 한글 춤추다
디자인 박금준_601비상

국립한글박물관 개관에 맞춰 제작한 
유리벽 슈퍼 그래픽
국립한글박물관 개관기념어우렁더우렁 한글 춤추다유리벽 슈퍼 그래픽. 
한글 박물관 M.I를 모티브로 하여 
관계, 소통, 사람이라는 주제로 디자인했다.

Paris Exhibit Praises the World of Book Covers

 

 

Paris Exhibit Praises the World of Book Covers

 

Read more by Olivia Snaije
January 30, 2015

 

위러브북스

 

Several of the titles featured in the exhibit: We Love Books! A World Tour in Paris

 


We Love Books! is an exhibit within the second edition of the

inspiring Graphic Arts Festival  taking place in Paris until March 4.


 

 

By Olivia Snaije

 

Curated by book designer and graphic artist Michel Bouvet, We Love Books!

presents more than 400 books from all corners of the globe, whether paperbacks

or art books. Besides the instantly recognizable books covers, such as Chip Kidd’s

cover for Murakami’s 1Q84, or Henning Wagenbreth’s designs for author Edgar

Hilsenrath’s books, the exhibit allows the visitor to marvel at designs by South

Americans, Koreans, Iranians or Portuguese, among others.

 

There are Brazilians such as Ruth Klotzel with a dreamy book cover of Maureen

Bisilliat’s photographs or Gustavo Piquiera’s strong typography with vintage

photographs as a background.

 

Imagen HB, Hernán Berdichevsky and Gustavo Stecher’s Buenos Aires-based

branding and design studio produces crisp, lively book designs, while Peruvian

Sandro Venturo Shultz’s style is decidedly retro-sixties. Kum-Jun Park, at the

vanguard of recent Korean design, has several gorgeous art books on display

combining graphics with lyricism.

 

Contemporary Iranian graphic design has been going strong for a while now, its art

directors often innovating the typography of Arabic letters. Majid Abbasi and Saed

Meshki’s book covers are bold, combining illustration, photography, and always,

innovative typography.

 

With a long culture of book cover design, Portuguese designers João Bicker, Pedro

Falcão, British-born Andrew Howard who is based in Porto, and Lizá Defossez

Ramalho and Artur Rebelo of R2 Design studio are proof that making books look

beautiful is an ongoing tradition.

 

Being able to travel the world of international book cover designers is a real treat.

The only downside to the exhibit is that the visitor cannot actually touch the

books…and that the show ends on February 8th. So if you’re in Paris, hurry up!

 

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[최근 한국 디자인의 선두에 있는 박금준.

그의 서정적인 표현을 그래픽에 결합한 아주 멋진 아트북 몇 점을 전시하고 있다.]

 

 

출처: http://publishingperspectives.com/2015/01/paris-exhibit-praises-world-book-covers/