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Posterzine™ is People of Print's monthly publishing project taking the form of a mini-magazine which folds out into a gorgeous A1 format poster (594 x 841 mm). Lithographically printed by Pressision Ltd in Leeds, UK using two special spot colours.
This issue is printed with fluorescent orange and a deep blue (Pantone 804u and 289u).
For this inaugural issue, the Posterzine’s cover has been graced by the work of Eike König, the founder and creative director of Berlin-based multi-disciplinary design playground 'Hort'. Eike also shares his experience as an official residency at Villa Massimo in Rome via an exclusive interview conducted by the incredibly talented writer and podcaster Liv Siddall.
Designer Eike König, Germany (2015)
Size A1 Poster (594 x 841 mm)
Origin Printed in the UK
Posterzine emphasises the fact that the power of print remains undimmed. They publish this monthly publication with an aim to strengthen relationships between the creative industries within the UK and worldwide through a series of crisp, articulate interviews with both up-and-coming talents and established professionals from around the world. Posterzine also represents a refreshing departure from the traditional publishing models; it is a proof that print is very much alive, and indeed thriving.