A Study in Tea for those who want to know about healthier alternatives to their daily drinks and how choosing a different drink can help them stay in shape and choose a healthier lifestyle in the end. This book includes the health benefits, which help to cleanse the body of toxicity, and the side effects of these teas.  Many teas are known to be great cleansers, so the idea was to stick to a design that not only mimicked tea, but to show both progression and a clean lifestyle. The Japanese minimalist style was used to enhance this idea. Meanwhile, the alternative type numbers highlighted the small nuances and joys of teas and their flavors by being heavily focused on subtleties or the obvious as the teas listed are just that: giving you a new perception of teas you’ve been drinking or teas you may consider in the future. The book, much like tea, is about enjoying the little things in life. The slipcase and the repetition of circles is to reference the history of tea and while many may not look up the information or even know what they mean, they leave an impression as tea should. Body copy is set in Work Sans and its various weights to provide both a clean, welcoming, and objective feel to the book. Subheads on break pages are set in Bahnschrift while the titles are Triunfo Condensed to enhance the idea of tradition, reliability, intelligence, and progressiveness. Three different paper stocks are used: Mohawk’s Ultra White Superfine Eggshell 150C for the slipcase, Neenah’s Classic Woodgrain Avalanche White 100C for the cover, and Neenah’s Classic Linen Solar White 80T to reference different aspects of tea: the box, the inside of a wooden tea box, and tea bags themselves. Tea is about an experience—sometimes in a subtle nature—but it all creates one image and one experience.A Study in Tea for those who want to know about healthier alternatives to their daily drinks and how choosing a different drink can help them stay in shape and choose a healthier lifestyle in the end. This book includes the health benefits, which help to cleanse the body of toxicity, and the side effects of these teas.  Many teas are known to be great cleansers, so the idea was to stick to a design that not only mimicked tea, but to show both progression and a clean lifestyle. The Japanese minimalist style was used to enhance this idea. Meanwhile, the alternative type numbers highlighted the small nuances and joys of teas and their flavors by being heavily focused on subtleties or the obvious as the teas listed are just that: giving you a new perception of teas you’ve been drinking or teas you may consider in the future. The book, much like tea, is about enjoying the little things in life. The slipcase and the repetition of circles is to reference the history of tea and while many may not look up the information or even know what they mean, they leave an impression as tea should. Body copy is set in Work Sans and its various weights to provide both a clean, welcoming, and objective feel to the book. Subheads on break pages are set in Bahnschrift while the titles are Triunfo Condensed to enhance the idea of tradition, reliability, intelligence, and progressiveness. Three different paper stocks are used: Mohawk’s Ultra White Superfine Eggshell 150C for the slipcase, Neenah’s Classic Woodgrain Avalanche White 100C for the cover, and Neenah’s Classic Linen Solar White 80T to reference different aspects of tea: the box, the inside of a wooden tea box, and tea bags themselves. Tea is about an experience—sometimes in a subtle nature—but it all creates one image and one experience.
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