Fabrica has conceived the symbolic image for the communication campaign "Mamma beve, bimbo beve" ("Mummy drinks, baby drinks") for USSL 9, the public social health unit of the Treviso area, Venice (Italy).
The image employed for the campaign is a foetus suspended in a glass of spritz, spritz being a typical Venetian alcoholic drink. The aim of the campaign is to warn pregnant women about the dangers of drinking. The message is clear: if you are pregnant and drink, even one glass of alcohol, it may damage your unborn child.
Dante's Inferno has been extensively illustrated, with accompanying notes, by Fabrica. A brandnew book published by Mondadori, appearing in bookstores from May 25.
More than 300 illustrations, all hand-made using different techniques and all accompanied by in-depth notation: a meticulous work, which gives the reader a fresh and original interpretation of one of the greatest masterpieces of everlasting liturature.
Fabrica assigned this project to two young English artists, Patrick Waterhouse and Walter Hutton.
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“RWANDA AGAIN” IN COMPETITION AT ETHNOCINECA
The On Time clock designed by Fabrica for Diamantini&Domeniconi will be presented at the ICFF of New York in the booth of Wallpaper magazine. Booth 966 15-18 May Jacob K. Javits Convention Center New York City
A laptopogram is a photographic print made by pressing photosensitive paper against a laptop screen and then exposing it to the light emitted by the screen, in a technique similar to those used to produce contact prints and photograms. The images are then developed with a standard darkroom process.
This technique can also be used with any kind of electronic visual display such as a mobile phone or a television. This new process was created and developed by Aditya Mandayam, a resident at Fabrica.
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