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  Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer
       
     
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  Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer
       
     
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/ Projects for the New Zealand Centre for Literary Translation & Wai-Te-Ata Press

The underlying idea is that of NZCLT as a jigsaw or a beehive. A space that gathers realities that used to be apart: personalities, cultures, identities, languages, and literatures. Hence the idea of a hexagonal matrix of cells, each one hosting a fragment of the bigger picture.

/ graphic design / layout / invitation flyer

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/ the world in a box

World in a box is a project of fine craft printing promoted by The New Zealand Centre for Literary Translation and the School of Languages and Cultures
in partnership with Wai-te-ata Press, in collaboration with several international diplomacies.
The graphic design of the digital flyer represents reflection on the nature of digital media and their relation with traditional media. It proposes itself as an embryo of a possible life in the physical, tactile world through a simple and funny expedient: it says to users "Cut along the dashed line: I want to be your bookmark!".

News on the Victoria University of Wellington website

Photos of the launch event

/ graphic design / invitation flyer, bookmark, and packaging cover

world_bookmark4_0.jpg
       
     
  Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer
       
     

Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer

  Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer
       
     

Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer

  Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer
       
     

Photo credit: Colin McDiarmid, University Photographer

onde-1500x1000.jpg