Certain moments in history are brilliant examples of creativity. 1920s Paris is such a time. Using it as the theme for their annual fundraising gala, the design team at the Dallas Museum of Art, set the perfect tone inside the pages of their Art Ball 2014 Catalog and Program.
It’s all romance with richly tactile Crane’s Lettra uncoated paper adorned with the shine of gold foil stamping on the covers. The floral patterns used throughout the perfect bound program are beautiful examples of the transition from Art Nouveau to Art Deco during this decade.
A purple and gold palette highlights the glamour of the period while the well-chosen typefaces reflect the energy and elegance also characteristic of this time.
About the PaperSpecs Gallery
We’ve created a curated space where design, paper and printing excellence are celebrated and made very visible – for those who love the medium of paper. For those who want a little inspiration. For those who may be your next clients.
What’s in it for you?
As well as receiving exposure for your work (and the admiration of your peers), a feature video about your project might appear on the PaperSpecs website.
Go on, Show us What You’ve Got
Those selected to appear in the PaperSpecs Gallery will be notified by e-mail. Not all entries will be selected for inclusion. We’re looking for those printed pieces that are truly inspirational in terms of creative and appropriate use of paper, and excellence in design and printing.
We can’t wait to see what you’re capable of!