Catalogue edited by GAMeC Books for the exhibition dedicated to Fabio Mauri. The catalogue follows the exhibition’s layout, and is therefore divided into separate chapters, as per curator GIacinto Di Pietrantonio’s idea.
Book edited by GAMeC Books, for Michelangelo Pistoletto’s exhibition “Immagini in più, oggetti in meno, un paradiso ancora”. The entire work of Pistoletto is narrated by this book, a collection of over 50 years of artistic production. The book is entirely black, even the book side, in order to make it look like a symbol, which was the final scope of Pistoletto’s work.
Book edited by GAMeC Book, in occasion of Rashid Johnson’s exhibition “Reasons”. The book layout is inspired by the 1970s counter-cultural publications.
On the inside, we went for a variation of natural and glossy paper, in order to represent the existing contrast between Johnson’s counter-cultural background and his sophisticated artistic production.
Book design for Lovato Electric’s 90th anniversary. Lovato was founded in Bergamo in 1923, and designs and manufactures low voltage electrical devices for industrial applications. Their products are available in over 100 countries all over the world. Since 2007, we have an ongoing partnership for their special visual projects.
All Saints Mod Holiday is a yearly mod rally organized on the Italian Alps from over 20 years.
In occasion of their 20th anniversary, we designed a visual essay, composed by iconic portraits and interviews.
Self-initiated publication. Photos by Fausto Giliberti.
In occasion of the exhibition “Graphic Design Worlds”, curated by Giorgio Camuffo at Milan’s Triennale, we were invited to represent the Italian section, together with some of our favorite studios. In order to tell our story related to graphic design, we decided to publish a limited edition book dedicated to our DIY process.
Catalogue design for Ferrario Freres “All Blood of Watermelon” exhibition at 27AD Gallery, Bergamo.
Book design for Jerry Hsu’s photography exhibition at VICE Gallery, in Milan.
Preface by Ryan McGinley.