Bibliology 101
Bibliology 101
Bibliology 101

Bibliology 101

Studio Blue, Chicago, Illinois, 1996

Description

Bibliology 101, a self-promotion piece, targets the publishing audience and describes how a book comes into being—a proces all too familiar to our audience. Functioning as author, designer and illustrator, we invented charts modeled after chemistry and biology textbooks and wrote a tongue-in-cheek, pseudo-scientific text. Production was as inexpensive as possible, with one-color printing and binding that we assembled ourselves. Nonetheless, this became one of our favorite projects: one in which we controlled the content, both word and image, and the content’s form.

Collections: Design of Understanding 2
Discipline: Information design
Format: Illustration, Booklet

Credits

Design firm
Studio Blue
Art directors
Kathy Fredrickson, Cheryl Towler Weese
Illustrator
Cheryl Towler Weese
Writers
Kathy Fredrickson, Tom Fredrickson
Typeface
FB Interstate
Printer
Dupli-Graphic
Papers
French Dur-O-Tone Butcher, Packing Gray Liner
Client
Studio Blue
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