11 December 2013 – Bibliothèque
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13 June 2013 – Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque are proud to be joint winners of the Most Awarded Agency award at D&AD 2013 for Google Web Lab. The winning project team was Universal Design Studio, MAP Projects, B–Reel, Tellart and Google Creative Lab – Well done to everyone. Web Lab, is a series of interactive experiments that brings the extraordinary workings of the internet to life. It is open at the Science Museum until August 11th. If you haven't been, then go.
FS Emeric Poster
26 April 2013 – Bibliothèque
As part of a project to promote a new typeface from Fontsmith, FS Emeric, we were asked to design a poster featuring the Thin cut of the font. Other contributors included Build, Pentagram, Studio Dumbar, Atelier Bernd Kuchenbeiser and NB. Read more here.
28 November 2012 – Bibliothèque
The Treasures Gallery at the Natural History Museum shows 22 unique exhibits, chosen from the 70 million specimens in their collection.
Each has a fascinating story to tell and was selected to represent the Museum's scientific, aesthetic, historical, social and cultural worth.
The first edition of Charles Darwin's 'On the Origin of Species', a 4.5 billion year old meteorite, the most expensive book in the world and the fossil that sparked the discovery of dinosaurs, are just some of the amazing objects on display.
Bibliiotheque developed the interactive digital labels and environmental graphics, alongside Casson Mann who delivered the spatial design. The digital labels enable visitors to explore each object in much more depth, than a conventional captioning system.
This beautiful Gallery was officially opened by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge on 27th November. The gallery is open to the public from the 30th November. More details here.
Typo London 2012
23 October 2012 – Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque were delighted to be asked to speak at this years Typo London event. Other speakers included Irma Boom, Paula Scher, Erik Kessels, Tony Chambers and James Jarvis. The theme of the event was 'Social', and there is a review of Tim's talk here.
All the presentations were filmed, and should be available to view online in the near future.