A book/exhibit project to celebrate the bicentenary of Fermignano's indipendence.
Fermignano is a little town crossed by a river and liying near the city of Urbino (IT).
Water is the main theme of the project. In fact it was the Metauro River which enhanced the whole developement of the town during the years. The sound of water opens and closes a piece of music created for the occasion, an anthem revisiting the lost sounds of the past, reintroduced by the use of onomatopeas. Inside of the book pictures and texts about companies stories were taken from archive sources and then photographed under water. Between the pages some free typographic interpretations of the anthem are included. Some pages of the publication were also used in the little set-up.
The exhibition took place in Fermignano, inside the Museum of architecture which stands just next to the River Metauro.
The little exhibition was part of a bigger celebration called
"Collezione 200", Fermignano (PU), 02.06.18 – 09.09.18
Graphic design of the whole project was curated by the students of the
MA Communication and Publishing 2018, ISIA Urbino
Supervised by Jonathan Pierini
200 x 280 mm
Anthem composed by: