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Visual Cut Bulgaria – uniquely-designed book

Submitted on Thursday, 4 December 2008No Comment
Visual Cut Bulgaria – uniquely-designed book

The publisher “Janet 45” and Artnewscafe present a visually unique book “Visual Cut Bulgaria”. It will have 23 different covers, but will be noticeable in each. It represents the visual identity of Bulgaria through the work of 22 designers, hand picked by Andrean Neshev, all working in the field of communicative design – posters, books, product design, illustration, architecture.

First envisioned as a website, the idea evolves to a printed form so it could fully deliver it’s initial idea. Through the works of the two founders of modern Bulgarian graphic design – Boris Angelushev and Stefan Kanchev, Andrean follows the tradition and mixing of visual styles, and compares the old and new trends.

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