Extremely colourful and foldable, the Novum magazine (a German design magazine) cover was inspired by Richard Buckminster Fuller. The bright and geometrically-patterned cover creates a paper metamorphosis and allows readers to bend and fold the cover in anyway they like.
More than 1.000 triangles were die-cut into the surface of the paper, creating a truly unique look and feeling. The cover is foldable, bendable and changeable. In 48.000 printing passes and with more than 140 die-cuts per cover, this was a very intricate production.
The colour effect with different combinations was reached by merely exchanging the order of the printing plates (CMYK).
For an insight into the production process, check out the featured Making Of video that showcases the new directions print media is headed.
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