2wice “Ice” issue
2wice “Ice” issue
2wice “Ice” issue
2wice “Ice” issue
2wice “Ice” issue
2wice “Ice” issue
2wice “Ice” issue

2wice “Ice” issue

Pentagram, New York, New York, 2000

Description

This twice-yearly publication deals with the intersection of performing and visual arts. The “Ice” issue explored cryogenics, literary representations of ice, photographs of icebergs and the importance of ice in cuisine, as well as our mainstay of performance and choreography images. Metallic silver ink, holographic foil, snowflakes and letters with ice caps were all employed to confer the chilliness of the topic. Putting a dancer on an ice rink, painting another entirely in silver body makeup and getting a great ice sculptor involved were critical to the issue.

Collections: AIGA 365: 22 (2001)
Discipline: Editorial design
Format: Magazine

Credits

Design firm
Pentagram
Creative director
Abbott Miller
Designers
Abbott Miller, Jeremy Hoffman
Project manager
John Porter
Typefaces
FK Eureka Sans, Burin Sans
Trim size
8 1/4 x 11 1/2
Printer
Strine Printing Co.
Papers
120 lb. Donside Gleneagle Dull Cover, 100 lb. Dull Text
Publisher
Patsy Tarr
Client
2wice Arts Foundation
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