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A while ago we designed a brochure for the Center of Modern Art Łaźnia. This periodical publication presents all the events of the season and we had the pleasure of adapting our template for the Fall/Winter season.

This time the size was reduced to A5 so we had to redesign the grid but it actually proved quite adaptable. The colors changed from the institution’s colors to more fall-appropriate orange and purple but we kept the other elements of the layout.

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The beginning with general information and events’ schedule.

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Close-up of the schedule.

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Striped margins indicate in which of two buildings events take place. Outside events are marked with double-colored stripes.

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Last spread with contact information.

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Update: We’re still fighting deadlines (and not really shopping and barely breathing) but Society6 promotions are still on: follow the link to our store for 20% off + free shipping (till Dec 4). Should you feel so inclined, why don’t you visit . Posters make awesome holiday gifts, wink wink. Otherwise, just enjoy the illustration above.

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Today we’re sharing another tribute on the sad occasion of Leonard Cohen’s death. We have great admiration for Cohen’s lyrical skill and many favorites among his songs. Of those we picked eight, for which we drew still life illustrations/interpretations and arranged them into the poster.

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In case they are difficult to read, from top to bottom and left to right these are: 1. Suzanne  2. The Stranger Song  3. Famous Blue Raincoat  4. Let’s Sing Another Song, Boys  5. Seems So Long Ago, Nancy  6. Chelsea Hotel #2  7. Hallelujah  8. Closing Time.


 

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As illustrated above, we spent the weekend with a sore throat and a bunch of more or less medically aproved methods to get over it. So far, the success has been, at most, partial. Hopefully, we’re be back on our feet by the next weekend. Until then, stay healthy.