Dutch designers show that official publications don´t have to be boring

Maak Plaats!
With “Maak Plaats” (Make way) New York-based Dutch designers Alfons Hooikaas and Florian Mewes show that an official publication doesn´t have to be boring. “Maak Plaats” is a manual for government officials in the province of Noord-Holland, the Netherlands, about better use of transport infrastructure. Collages, illustrations, bold typography and fluorescent inks were used for this publication which Co.Design correctly names as exemplary for any official publication.
The book, 400 pages, can be downloaded via this link.


 

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