FIRST THINGS FIRST
Redesign of The First Things First (1964), for the subject of typography, is a document that sought to radicalize the design, which had become vague, that attacked the consumer culture that was only interested in buying and selling things.
It was updated again in 2000, by a new group of designers.
The challenge in this design is the use of the same typographic family, and the use of white paper for the whole book.
The most important thing in this project is expressing with the typography the main message that is given to us in the manifesto.