Infographics have taken over the online sphere, with entire websites devoted to conveying statistics using attractive typography and graphics; this tiny folder by Ole Martin Volle takes this phenomenon offline. Volle created the wallet-sized pop-up as a class project for his school's library; he's a graphic design student at the Westerdals School of Communication.
The fold-out book contains pop-up illustrations of the WSoC library and its many offerings. Bold graphics, cleverly arranged photos and clean typography make the information pop. This class project by Ole Martin Volle is a promising look into the future of printed promotional materials; let's hope Volle's professor graded him as highly as we would have.
See more of Ole Martin Volle's library infographic in the gallery above.
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