The Catalogue and Exhibition Graphics of the “How to Draw a City?” Project Convinced the Jury of the Brumen Award

At the 9th Brumen Biennial of Slovenian Design, the design team from KABINET 01 has been awarded for their design of the catalogue and the exhibition graphics of our 2018 overview exhibition How to Draw a City?. The exhibition, which was a collaboration with Maja Vardjan, curator at the MAO, presented the creative path of the designer Ljubica Čehovin - Suna.

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It was the designer duo from KABINET 01, consisting of Jan Jagodič, creative lead, and designer Martin Košir that designed the overview exhibition How to Draw a City?. The exhibition presented the work of designer Ljubica Čehovin - Suna, one of the pioneers in the field of souvenir design – among other projects she also authored the Breakfast with Plečnik souvenir line. The Brumen Award was received in the ‘Publications’ category, and the jury wrote the following justification about the design of the exhibition catalogue:

“The handmade feel, but with a well-structured content. It is difficult to combine typography and illustration and make it work this well. Special attention is paid to details: to the type of binding, the structure of the layout, treatment of visual elements, little pop-up surprises… a playfulness that is completely in line with the subject.”

We would like to congratulate to the designers and invite you to see (or buy) the award-winning exhibition catalogue at the Plečnik House museum shop.

You can still catch the award recipients of the 9th Brumen Biennial until 28 November 2019 at the exhibition, which presents the best Slovenian production in visual communications from the last two years at the National Gallery. With the closing of the exhibition on 28 November, at 6 p.m., we would also like to invite you to the presentation of the catalogue of the projects exhibited at the 9th Brumen Biennial.

Posted: 12. 11. 2019

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