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May 26, 2010

Neuland is a review of emerging German designers edited and designed by Barcelona-based German ex-pats Lupi Asensio and Martin Lorenz of Two Points.Net. The book features an interesting layout that involves overlapping images, and colour-coded post-its containing information about each designer. Text is set in TP Kurier, a quirky font with a 2-tiered upper case S, created especially for the book, though based upon a font designed in the 70s by Małgorzata Budyta. Overall a very tidy package indeed (and a similar size to our FMP books – ideas, ideas…), and that’s to say nothing of the work itself, which includes Bank Associates‘ versatile 3-dimensional letterform The Patent, some exquisite typography by Kerstin Finger, and Katrin Schacke’s excellent DIY science experiments for her thesis project Stanley Magazine.

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