Bold but never regular
THIS CONTENT IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN INSPIRE ISSUE 47 FROM 2014
For the cover of its 10/13 issue, the design magazine Novum decided to do something unique, presenting the theme of typography using a filigree type never before seen in magazine publishing. The cover was created by Munich-based agency Clormann Design, using laser technology to communicate the message “Be bold, be light or be italic but never regular.” The inner page sparkles in a copper tone printed on Invercote G Brushprint Silver. The black letters are printed on the reserve side of the Invercote G, giving it an uncoated tactile feel.
Company: Novum magazine Designer: Clormann Design Studio Material: Invercote G Brush Print Silver
Printing technique: Four-colour offset printing on the reverse side of the board (used on the outside of the cover), a copper tone printed onto the metallic surface on the print side of the board Finishing techniques: Laser-cut filigree letters
Printer: Kessler Druck & Medien