The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) has made the book Hope one of the world’s 50 best book covers. The list has been created as part of the 50 Books | 50 Covers annual international competition in collaboration with Design Observer. By entering this list, Hope becomes part of the AIGA collection at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library within Columbia University’s Butler Library and the Robert Haas Arts Library at Yale University.
Hope was made in collaboration with The Adris Foundation and Bruketa&Žinić&Grey agency, it presents science, education and arts projects funded by the Adris Foundation in the past ten years and its cover reacts to touch.
“Gathered in this book those projects give hope that Croatia has a good future, this is why the more the book is used, the more hope there is – the book is sensitive to touch”, says Creative Director Davor Bruketa. At first blank, the covers start showing the letters NADA, which is hope in Croatian, after touched by the reader. Besides, the project has a cultural value because it gathered 24 illustrators, some of the best ones in Croatia. Read more here.
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