Catalogue of Printed Ephemera 1914–1918 Anniversary Publication by Aleksandra Toborowicz

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Catalogue of Printed Ephemera 1914–1918

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Anniversary Publication

INSPIRATION:
The cover refers to the image of various printed leaflets scattered.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The catalog contains 2588 descriptions constituting a rich and interesting collection of proclamations, announcements, orders, posters, invitations, leaflets from 1914-1918, in the collection of the Documents of Social Life of the National Library in Warsaw. These are mostly documents distributed on the territory of the pre-partition Poland, but also prints from other areas of the partitioning countries, supplemented with materials from the territories of countries inhabited by emigration. The most numerous documents originating from the occupiers are proclamations, announcements and orders regulating various aspects of civilian life, showing the mechanisms of the authorities: from organizing trade (including food and commodity tariffs, rules for the functioning of shops), through public order (cleanliness, rules of moving around the streets, observing the curfew), regulations for renting apartments to officers or representatives of civil authorities or prohibition of accosting and conducting talks with soldiers. There are also announcements informing about executed death sentences on spies and common criminals, arrest warrants with encouragement in the form of different amounts of financial prizes for help in catching wanted people and regulations for the functioning of professional prostitutes. Fleeting prints are of special value, in those days they were one of the basic sources of information for society, and at the same time the propaganda tool - reproduced in many copies - reached the representatives of all classes, being a kind of internet, radio and television of those times. These documents allows today's readers to understand the atmosphere of this important period in Polish history.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
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PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
October–December 2018, Cracow–Warsaw (Poland)

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
cover: Panta Geltex SEDA 135 g, 4+0 Courious Collection Matter Desiree Red 135 g/m2 paper inside: Olin High White 80 g/m2 offset print: 5+5 (CMYK + Pantone Metallic 8003 C)

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
number of pages: 880; format: 240 x 290 mm

TAGS:
album, catalogue, flyers, leaflets, posters, documents, announcements, 1914-1918, Poland, IWW, National Library, independence,

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Fulfilling the expectations of the Employer - the National Library of Poland, serves as an exclusive gift for the their guests.

CHALLENGE:
The catalog contains ca. 2500 detailed descriptions divided into originals and technicals. The challenge was to find the best solution for typography – to show originals and technicals together. The layout is divided into 2 columns: texts in original are wider and in black color, the columns with technical texts are narrower and in metallic color. The another challenge was to present on spreads reproductions in many different formats in a legible and consistent way. The problem was also to find and match professional, historically matching Polish texts fonts with many varietes.

ADDED DATE:
2018-12-11 22:25:02

TEAM MEMBERS (3) :
cover and layout design: Aleksandra Toborowicz, typesetting: Andrzej Dybowski and project coordinator: Monika Michowicz

IMAGE CREDITS:
Aleksandra Toborowicz

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
National Library of Poland

PROFILE:
The National Library acts as the central library of the state and one of the most important cultural institutions in Poland. Its mission is to protect national heritage preserved in the form of handwritten, printed, electronic, recorded sound and audiovisual documents. The primary task of the National Library is to acquire, store and permanently archive the intellectual output of Poles, whether the works of citizens living on Polish soil, the most important foreign works, or publications related to Poland and published abroad. Following this fundamental function, the National Library is also responsible for a number of tasks that are of crucial importance to Polish culture. Serving as the chief archive of Polish literary output, the National Library is also a national bibliographic agency, a large research library focusing on the humanities, as well as a nationally and internationally recognized centre of preservation and conservation. It also fulfills a surpassing role in research, documentation and methodological activity in bibliography, library science and reading, and related areas connected with the social circulation of the book.

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