“Energie hoch 4” is a bonus system for schools in Hamburg initiated by the city. If pupils and teachers save resources, not only the environment benefits, but also the schools financially. Everybody is encouraged to save energy and water, reduce waste and heating and teach others about the effects behind it. Colorful media with a bold typography are visible and motivate: Posters communicate the idea, a flyer with a lot of illustrations provides deeper information, a well structured form leads through the bonus system and a set of stickers helps to remember the task on many touch point.
xtra presents current topics from laboratories and clinics, it informs about new technologies to discover diseases more quickly and heal them more efficiently. Inside you find a colourful mix of reports, essays, professional articles and facts and figures. The redesigned issue no. 2/2019 conveys precisely this successful type of science communication with plenty of white space, a clear structure and typography, high-quality photographs and impressive information graphics.
What is singing anyway? Is it an artistic act? What do expression, mirror of the soul or a political act mean? How do animals sing? Is it a difference to sing together or alone in the shower? – 21 authors write about philosophical, poetic and practical aspects of a cultural technique that is always part of our natural expression. The cover shows the togetherness and at the same time the individuality that is hidden behind the singing of each one.
The books of the WOCHENENDER series are companions for trips and short trips to great areas not far from the big cities. Shown are destinations, restaurants and accommodation for a weekend or longer. The preview presents two upcoming books besides the three existing ones and everything you need to know about the publishers.
“Urban Calm” – the fall/winter collection 2019/20 of Karin Rocke – strives for beauty in reduction: Architectural proportions, a combination of at most two colors, best merino wool and mohair, made in Germany. An uncoated paper transfers the soft surface to the print product, straight lines create order and space for every piece of the collection to shine.