• Telefónica Foundation, Madrid

    Marcel·lí Antúnez. Biology and art: Epiphany
    The catalogue of the exhibition Epifanía is structured in two parts: the first is a compilation of essays on the connections between art, science and technology; the second documents the exhibition and the work of Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca. Throughout the entire design and layout process for the catalogue, the curator, Claudia Giannetti, and the artist himself plunged us into a world of bacteria, cables, pigskin preserved in formalin, musical robots, exoskeletons, drawings, hair and a whole host of other items that make up Antúnez Roca’s creative universe. It was this involvement that helped us to shape all the materials gathered together for the publication.
  • Galician Centre of Contemporary Art, Santiago

    Three drawings, Perejaume
    The installation by Perejaume at the CGAC (Galician Centre of Contemporary Art) consisted of three metal tracks whose sinuous form was identical to the routes the artist had followed on foot through three chains of mountains – the Atlas Mountains, Valencia and Catalonia – carrying three works of art, a painting of Ferdinand Doler, another of Francis Picabia and a drawing of García Lorca. These three works were exhibited in the installation along with the metal tracks and topographical diagrams of the routes. The artist expressly wanted this book, containing writings by himself and other authors, to have a classic look. A fragment of one of his works, Theatrum orbis terrarum, is reproduced on the front of the book, which is clothbound.
  • Georgetown–ESADE, Barcelona/Washington

    Global Executive MBA (GEMBA)
    Both Georgetown University and ESADE Business School have earned very high reputations among international business schools all over the world. Among the wide range of postgraduate courses they offer, there is one that is joint: the Global Executive MBA. For this master’s program, we had to find a visual language that both institutions felt comfortable with and which, at the same time, reflected the character of a program that is offered in nine cities all around the world.
  • documenta Archive, Kasel

    Rethinking the documenta Archive
    In the 1970s, a renowned carpet maker in Germany commissioned several artists to create designs for the carpets due to be used in the main venue of the upcoming edition of the Documenta in Kassel. We turned to the design made by minimal artist Sol Lewitt, for the Library’s Reading Room, to create the image for the cover of this book, which presents a project to activate the Documenta’s holdings.
  • Mencoa, Barcelona

    Pairs. Tv3 Marathon
    This was a project set up to collect funds for a charitable cause and was also a very special art exhibition. The 19 canvases that were displayed and auctioned were the work of “four hands”. Each of the pairs of painters that created them consisted of an artist and a recognised public figure. The book presents all these people and captures in photographs the moment they met, their shared creative experience and the outcome. The cover, which is also to some extent an index of the content, presents these relationships in visual form by tracing the lines that linked the artists with the public figures.
  • Allen and Garnicnig, Kunsthal Aarhus

    Remote art production: My Holy Nacho
    The core idea of this artistic project created by Jamie Allen and Bernhard Garnicnig was "non-material" work, i.e. remote, "dis-located", and generated solely by instructions sent via digital media. For over a year, the two artists placed orders with various industrial suppliers around the world via brief email messages. This publication contains a selection of the digital documents comprising the (non-material) archive that gave rise to this work process. Thanks to its format, not only is this a book, but also a device capable of presenting a mostly digital archive in space as if it were a three-dimensional object.
  • Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona

    MACBA Portable Notebooks
    When the MACBA decided to publish on its website the essays resulting from talks, seminars and other events, its main concern was to do so mirroring the quality of books but greatly reducing the costs. Thus arose the idea of starting a collection of digital publications, to be used much like a DIY tool by anyone in reach of a computer and a printer. The solution we came up with was simple: the texts can be printed on A4 sheets and easily bound together at home, following the instructions found on the last page of each pdf.
  • elBulli Desserts, Roses

    Natura. Albert Adrià
    Albert Adrià's desserts are anything but simple: some of them require no fewer than ten different recipes in order to prepare them. The desire to present and explain them in a simple yet engaging way was the motor of this book, which unites a selection of desserts inspired by elements found in nature. Trying to be as clear as possible, we included photographs of illustrations we made with wires to complement the explanatory texts.
  • Polígrafa Publishers, Barcelona

    José Luis Mateo: Works, Projects, Writings
    The book JLM. Works, Projects, Writings presents a selection of works of the architect Josep Lluís Mateo. For the inside, we chose a simple and highly structured layout, ideal to present the very heterogeneous data and information. For the cover, however, we wanted to give it the feel of a book-object, as if made of the materials’ samples that get sent to architects' studios. So we did away with all the external finishes typical of books, and gave it the aspect of a solid metal object, painting the edges metallic grey and debossing the letters, without ink.
  • Cruzcampo Brewery, Seville

    Refresh your Memory. 100 Years Cruzcampo
    The hundred-year-old history of the Sevillian brewery is the guiding thread of this book conceived, written and designed by Cosmic. The evolution of Cruzcampo is mapped in ten chapters, which in turn represent the ten stages of the beer-making process, from the moment the barley is sown to the consumption of a glass of beer at a bar counter. Each chapter describes the development of a particular aspect of the brand, and the technical data are complemented with accounts of Cruzcampo workers as well as abundant and fascinating material from the company archive.