Monday, 27 June 2016

Thesis InForm

Following on from my visit to CSM last week, a publication arrived in the post today which accompanies a student led symposium and exhibition titled 'Thesis InForm’ at the LCC. The exhibition provides an opportunity for students to develop their research and writing into an exhibition outcome and runs concurrently to the year end main show at LCC. Works selected are from a panel of Contextual & Theoretical Studies and course tutors based on mentored proposals.  
The finished size is A4 (297x210mm) portrait folding out to an A2 size 594x420mm and is printed offset litho in one pantone colour (solid green) on the outside and two colours, green and silver on the inside.
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The paper chosen is our lightweight Offenbach Bible 60gsm, which feels beautifully light but retaining a quality feel, flopping and rolling in the hand. The printing of the solid colour is superb.
Below image shows fully folded out broadsheet/poster with the image below being the inside printed in two colours
Design is by Giorgio Marani and Tom Greenhill. Editing and production is by Andrew Slatter (Senior Lecturer Contextual & Theoretical Studies). The publication is expertly printed 'in house' at the LCC at the Elephant and Castle by Litho technician Tony Yard - the print result is truly exquisite, especially given the limitations of the equipment at the LCC. My thanks to Andrew for sending me copies.

www.thesisinform.wordpress.com
www.arts.ac.uk/lcc
Posted by Justin Hobson 27.06.2016

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