Fedrigoni

Welcome to Pulp, the quarterly journal of people and paper, published exclusively for customers and clients of the Italian paper company Fedrigoni.

Pulp 19 features  posters from 19 artists against Covid-19, with a focus on sustainability in paper manufacturing. The star of this edition is Paper Box, the complete collection of papers by Fedrigoni organised in three volumes. The new collection designed by the London-based studio Graphic Thought Facility is a unique tool to help you dive through the rich variety of our production and find the right paper for your ideas.

Printed in Italy on Fedrigoni papers, Pulp is available in three editions: Italian/English, French/Spanish and German/English. The journal is produced by the London-based team of Eye magazine, and Pulp’s handy, perfect-bound format is the ideal platform to present outstanding international work in design, advertising, labels, packaging and publishing.
Fedrigoni is based in Verona, where Giuseppe Antonio Fedrigoni established the company’s first paper mill in 1888. The organisation now has offices throughout Europe, South America, the Far East and Oceania.

International designers, illustrators, publishers and artists are welcome to approach Pulp with anything of interest made using Fedrigoni papers. Please contact editor John Walters at pulp@eyemagazine.com

 


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On message
Designers from all over the world have created posters to support healthcare workers during the pandemic.
By Sarah Snaith
Paper Box
We had to make it to know it would work. You can only design for paper on screen for so long.’London studio Graphic Thought Facility devised and designed the minimalist-maximalist Paper Box for Fedrigoni.
By John L. Walters. Photographs by Angela Moore
Paper and planet – Pulp’s new series about sustainability
An interview with Chiara Medioli, vice-president of Fedrigoni, about the challenges posed by environmental issues when choosing and using paper.
By John L. Walters. Illustrations by Rob Loweaka Supermundane
Living by numbers
Calendars remind us of the passing of time.
Introduction by Elizabeth Glickfeld. Case studies by Sarah Snaith.

Pulp 18 – ‘Message on a bottle’. This issue celebrates the look and feel of labels for wine, beer and spirits, with delicious examples of design for drinking from across the world. People will always need labels.


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Proud to share
Australian design studio Voice understands the language and currency of good wine
By Kay Maxfield
Beneath the surface
From atmospheric conditions and print processes to moisture, paper, adhesives and end use, there are myriad factors that affect drinks labels.
By Henry Miles
People and paper
“Wine is all about being rooted to the earth and the local. We try to strip the label design back. It’s really all about the wine.”
For Fernando Gutiérrez design is about relationships, dialogue and letting things speak for themselves.
By John L. Walters. Portrait by Robert Billington
Never fit in
With fierce competition between products, how does design studio Stranger & Stranger make a 10cm label on a bottle of wine or spirits stand out?
By Sarah Snaith
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