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On Paper Festival

Contributed by Gareth Hague on Aug 25th, 2017. Artwork published in .
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    Source: https://www.facebook.com On Paper Festival. License: All Rights Reserved.

    While the world of Digital is constantly widening the creative possibilities, paper is living an unexpected Renaissance in which the traditional printing processes and techniques play a fundamental role in defining a new movement of passionate producers.

    The aim of ON PAPER Festival is to bring to the city of Norwich UK a selection of the best contemporary graphic arts in print. — On Paper Festival

    Alias Harbour is used for the logotype. The first On Paper Festival was held autumn 2016, it’s due to return in 2017.

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    2 Comments on “On Paper Festival”

    1. Ian Lanius says:
      Aug 25th, 2017  1:50 pm

      unfortunate installation of that window vinyl :(

    2. Sep 17th, 2018  4:26 pm

      Hi Gareth, thank you for featuring the visual identity I designed for ON PAPER Festival!

      Great to see it amongst other amazing projects!

      And to reply to Ian Lanius: yes it was a very unfortunate installation of the window vinyl, really difficult to do if you are not a professional! :D

      ON PAPER is an independent project, run by very very few people passionate about graphic design & illustration in print.

      We did the best we could to make it look awesome, which it did especially thanks to the over 40 exhibitors attending from the UK and Europe!

      Very proud of it… and thankful for who believed in the project and supported us from the beginning to the end.

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