Posts tagged "Catalogs"
Summer designs

Summer designs

The plaquettes were small publications, generally in the form of a notebook, which Ricard Giralt Miracle (see earlier post) sent to his clients and friends as Christmas greetings or notifications of the summer holiday period during which the pioneer closed his workshop Filograf (see earlier post). As Giralt Miracle himself stated about the plaquettes, they ‘have been the...
Prieto and the Theatrical Poster

Prieto and the Theatrical Poster

This is the third post published in “Graphic Pioneers” about different creative aspects of Manolo Prieto’s work. We previously referred to the series of covers that he designed for “Novels and Stories” (see previous post) or the illustrations collected in the book “Toros en El Puerto” (see previous post); this time we are going to...
Super Veloz Type: the supercalifragilistic typeface (I)

Super Veloz Type: the supercalifragilistic typeface (I)

As the final echoes of Bauhaus and the avant-garde movements were sounding, Europe witnessed the emergence of the so-called New Typography, initiated by Jan Tschichold with the publication of his 1928 book of the same name. Adopting a san-serif typeface, rational design, asymmetrical composition and formal construction based on geometry were put forward as the...
Pla-Narbona: Letters as partitions

Pla-Narbona: Letters as partitions

“A chronicle and works by the draughtsman, engraver and sculptor Pla-Narbona” – with no reference to design – is the title of a publication that runs through Pla-Narbona’s career until 1974. As the same long title ran on it elaborated: “works from his beginnings to the present day, compiled, ordered, described and interpreted by Francesc...
Catalogue of "Encounters" in Pamplona

Catalogue of “Encounters” in Pamplona

In 1972, in the city of Pamplona, a number of artistic Encounters took place, which, when analysed with the perspective of the years that have passed, have taken on greater and greater importance. The Encounters were put forward with the objective that the audience should play a part in the artistic act without a particular...
Pedro García-Ramos touring

Pedro García-Ramos touring

“And, nevertheless, the ensemble in the exhibition shapes a structured organic whole that rounds off answers, covering up possible fissures, consolidating the experiment and demonstrating the maturity and assurance of an almost philosophical work of investigation. Work that has not materialised from good taste, or a job well done, nor from the chosen profession of...