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    Ha!art magazine no. 30 HAWANGARDA – Liberatura / Liberature klient / client: Ha!art Corporation design, layout: Aleksandra Toborowicz & Dagmara … Read More
    Ha!art magazine no. 30 HAWANGARDA – Liberatura / Liberature klient / client: Ha!art Corporation design, layout: Aleksandra Toborowicz & Dagmara Berska ilość stron / number of pages: 168 data / date of release: 2010 Ha!art magazine is a Polish, independent arts and culture quarterly run by a group of young writers, curators, artists and editors who were born in the 1970s and 80s. What mostly interests people running Ha!art are new phenomena in culture. Content is published in Polish, aimed at a niche audience. The tagline of the Ha!art Corporation is "everything that doesn't pay off". Each layout, including logo, is determinated by the topic of the issue. Design is each time dedicated, e.g. previous issue – "Hawangarda" (no. 30) is about liberature and it's idea is to divide layout into separate parts: non-edited by designers original liberature works of art on one hand and critical reviews about the phenomena of liberature on the other hand. Some parts were cut by hand according to the rules of the liberature and the original size of each of the included liberature publications. The Ha!art magazine is published four times a year. Format 21 x 28 cm. Read Less
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Ha!art magazine no 30
Hawangarda – Liberature edition
 
Project: Aleksandra Toborowicz & Dagmara Berska
Cover design: Jakub Woynarowski
Client: Ha!art Corporation
Year of release: 2010
Format 21 x 28 cm
Number of pages: 168
 
Ha!art magazine is a Polish, independent arts and culture quarterly run by a group of young writers, curators, artists and editors who were born in the 1970s and 80s.
What mostly interests people running Ha!art are new phenomena in culture.
Content is published in Polish, aimed at a niche audience.
Each layout, including logo, is determinated by the topic of the issue. Design is each time dedicated, e.g. previous issue – "Hawangarda" (no. 30) is about liberature and it's idea is to divide layout into separate parts: non-edited by designers original liberature works of art on one hand and critical reviews about the phenomena of liberature on the other hand. Some parts were cut by hand according to the rules of the liberature and the original size of each of the included liberature publications.