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Unió de Periodistes Valencians

Quantity Produced

Folders: 200
Catalogues: 10,000

Production Cost

Production Time

2 Weeks & 2 Days

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

29 cm × 39 cm (11.4 in × 15.35 in)

Page Count


Paper Stock

Folder: Recycled Cardboard, 600 gsm
Catalogue: Uncoated, 42 gsm

Number of Colors

Folder: 1 Spot
Catalogue: CMYK




Soho Gothic


Fragments 2010 is a nice, large catalogue of a collection of photographs from news, sports, politics, and culture. The catalogue is packaged with a nicely designed recycled cardboard folder. The catalogue itself looks like it is full of interesting content and it has a nice dynamic layout. Plus, how awesome is that red band for the binding on the folder?

“Fragments 2010” is a project organized by the Association of Valencian Journalists showcasing the highlights of last year with 106 photographs taken by 29 photojournalists from Valencia.

To create the exhibition catalogue, we opted for a design similar to that of a magazine, in which every double page is composed in an independent way. Photographs and text appear as a review of the most significant of 2010.

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Fragments Catalogue


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Raül Climent, Xavi Calvo, Elisa Gómez



Folder: Fingerprint
Catalogue: Mediterráneo Procesco Gráfico

This post was published in the original layout of FPO so all images are smaller. Project descriptions as well as production lessons are quoted in the main content area.

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Cole Baldwin

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Cole Baldwin

Former intern at UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

August 10, 2011


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