Colourful Language x Fedrigoni

In the pub after the private view for my MA exhibition, way back in December, I was lucky enough to get chatting to Paul Regan from FE Burman printers near London Bridge. As a result of the conversation Paul suggested that my MA work would be great for demonstrating the quality and range of colour reproduction for their HP Indigo machine. An uncoated Fedrigoni paper called Old Mill Stucco was picked out by Paul as an ideal stock to bring out the contrast in the images and make the colours vibrant. The Survey Report, Looking for Hue and Say What You See books, were singled out in particular because of the range of colours on display in each book and the results of the work reprinted by FE Burman can be seen in the photos shown below.

MA Books printed by FE Burman MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
MA Books printed by FE Burman
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
Major Project Survey Report
MA books printed by FE Burman
MA books printed by FE Burman
MA books printed by FE Burman
MA books printed by FE Burman
MA books printed by FE Burman
Looking for Hue book

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About eleanorbydesign

Graduate of MA Graphic Design at London College of Communication

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