fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers
 
fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers
oct 09, 2013

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers
all images courtesy fabrica

 

 

australian and ukranian graphic designers samantha ziino and anna kulachek have developed ‘the fabricanti handbook’, an informational guide for the new residents arriving at fabrica’s communications research centre in treviso, italy. from text to photography to illustration, it draws on stories from previous and current fabricanti alumni, sharing their knowledge of local tricks and advice. through visuals and storytelling, the book describes the year-long programme with a background of the people, places, processes, projects, and all the basics of how to live locally – from ordering pasta, to visiting the biennale in venice.

 

to see the handbook in full, see here.

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers
the handbook is an informational guide for the new residents arriving at fabrica’s communications research centre in treviso, italy

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

treviso – the home of fabrica

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

graphics give one the basics of how to live locally – from ordering pasta, to visiting the biennale in venice

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

‘less talk, more action’ – felipe rocha

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

some handy italian phrases are even included

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

an overview of department projects from the past

 

 

fabrica: fabricanti handbook for new resident designers

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