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The Most Beautiful Books of the Year: Conversations on Finnish Art Education

Conversations on Finnish Art Education won the Beautiful Book Prize 2015

Mira Kallio-Tavin - Jouko Pullinen (toim.)

Conversations on Finnish Art Education

Published by Aalto ARTS Books
Printed and bound by Saarijärven Offset Oy
Graphic design Safa Hovinen
Paper Munken Lynx 120 g/m2
Typeface Warnock, Oligark

This is a book meticulously made, loving the materials. Typography, colour scheme and unique serigraphy concept cover sing their praise towards both the book form and the knowledge within. Secondary blue colour in the typeset is a brave choice in this genre, and it succeeds. Calm and confident layout encases a wide variety of illustration without a question.

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