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ImageTitleMade withDateDesigner(s)
Print-it, let’s discover the Internet!HTML CSS JS Jekyll Netlify 2019Morgane Bartoli Corentin Moussard
Interventions (collection)HTML CSS JS 2019Nicolas Taffin
Cyberwitches ManifestoHTML CSS 2019Lucile Olympe Haute
RehapScribus HTML CSS BinderyJs 2019Martin Deknudt
Design et cultures numériquesHTML CSS 2019Bachelor Design Lucile Haute Quentin Juhel
BoctoCSS HTML Plancton 2019Luuse Nelson Henry
Poisson-ÉvêqueHTML CSS Pad2print 2017Luuse
European Digital RightsI Resized the Poster To-Misc-fixed 2019Luuse
Each Page A FunctionHTML CSS Javascript PHP 2019Raphaël Bastide
MédorHTML2print Inkscape Gimp Scribus 2012Open Source Publishing

Title

Print-it, let’s discover the Internet!

Designer(s)

Morgane Bartoli Corentin Moussard

Tool(s)

HTML CSS JS Jekyll Netlify

Binding

other

Format

148x210

Printer

Deluxe packaging: H2 copy bourses, Deluxe cover: imprimerie baron, Interior pages: user

Print run

742 copies

Date

2019

Publisher

Objet Papier

Category

fanzine

Country

France

Printing technique

laser / copier

Description

Conceived as the climax of Objet Papier's philosophy: exploring the interactions between paper and digital, the publication is built upon the technique of CSS-Print, allowing us to code a book or to print a website. A tool that reconciles the paper and the screen in order to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web in a very special way. OP007: Print-it, let’s discover the Internet! gives the readers the opportunity to become an actor in the making of this publication, by printing and binding their own magazine with the help of a kit and a user’s manual directly from a web page. Full of digital world references both formally and fundamentally, while having fun with the use of youth press codes, this Unidentified Coded Object printed at home offers a unique experience at the crossroads of knowledges.

Snap-it, the typeface designed for this publication is open source, download it here and view the web specimen here.

Title

Interventions (collection)

Designer(s)

Nicolas Taffin

Tool(s)

HTML CSS JS

Binding

perfect bound (glue)

Format

135x210

Printer

Laballery

Print run

500 copies

Date

2019

Publisher

C&F éditions

Category

book

Country

France

Printing technique

other

Description

A collection of short texts, mostly focused on the commons, and published under édition équitable licence (http://edition-equitable.org - reading is not consuming). Made with HTML, CSS, paged-js and inkscape.

Title

Cyberwitches Manifesto

Designer(s)

Lucile Olympe Haute

Tool(s)

HTML CSS

Binding

fold only

Format

100x100

Printer

Unknown

Print run

copies

Date

2019

Publisher

C&F éditions

Category

fanzine

Country

France

Printing technique

laser / copier

Description

The Cyberwitches Manifesto calls for a combination of spirituality, technical emancipation and ecological engagement. In a process of technological emancipation from proprietary software, all printed forms of the Cyberwitches Manifesto are web to print made: pdf output from a web browser, graphic composition in html and css. It is available as a web page http://lucilehaute.fr/cyberwitches-manifesto/2019-FEMeeting.html, fanzine (folded format: 10 x 10 cm, Polen Clairefontaine paper in several colours + glossy paper photo print), banners (20 x 145 cm and 40 x 320 cm Nautica 172g/m2 peach skin fabric), flag (160 x 120 cm, Lucent 120g/m2 glossy satin fabric) and beach towel. Typography: Bluu Next by Jean-Baptiste Morizot on Velvetyne.

Title

Rehap

Designer(s)

Martin Deknudt

Tool(s)

Scribus HTML CSS BinderyJs

Binding

fold only

Format

289x380

Printer

NewsPaperClub

Print run

30 copies

Date

2019

Publisher

G R G

Category

book

Country

France

Printing technique

inkjet

Description

Book and iconographic newspaper edited as part of master degree graduation. Rehap is about the collective reappropriation of the means and modes of creation in the field of graphic design, through the Making, Sharing and Diffusion of technical knowledge. By questioning the relationships we maintain through and with our technical objects and tools. Rehap is printable trough the website.

Title

Design et cultures numériques

Designer(s)

Bachelor Design Lucile HauteQuentin Juhel

Tool(s)

HTML CSS

Binding

perfect bound (glue)

Format

148x210

Printer

uNîmes

Print run

50 copies

Date

2019

Publisher

uNîmes

Category

book

Country

France

Printing technique

laser / copier

Description

Design et Culture Numérique is a pedagogical project, lead by Lucile Haute and Quentin Juhel, proposed to the students of the design bachelor of Nîmes University. This experimental project is the occasion for the students to apprehend a different workflow to make book. In groups they had to work on 5 chapters. Each groups was responsable of a chapter from text selection to the design. They used a css print framework.

Title

Bocto

Designer(s)

LuuseNelson Henry

Tool(s)

CSS HTML Plancton

Binding

fold only

Format

210x297

Printer

Unknown

Print run

copies

Date

2019

Publisher

Bocto

Category

poster

Country

Swiss

Printing technique

riso

Description

Poster and flyer design for the third edition of the swiss festival http://www.bocto.ch/. Made with css print and Plancton a homemade tool to create font in the browser.

Title

Poisson-Évêque

Designer(s)

Luuse

Tool(s)

HTML CSS Pad2print

Binding

saddlestitch / loop stitch

Format

180x270

Printer

Ronan Deriez

Print run

100 copies

Date

2017

Publisher

Stéphanie Vérin

Category

book

Country

belgium

Printing technique

riso

Description

Catalogue, poster and leaflet for Poisson-Évêque, a performance festival curated by Stéphanie Vérin at le Maga, Brussels. Made with pad2print.

Title

European Digital Rights

Designer(s)

Luuse

Tool(s)

I Resized the Poster To-Misc-fixed

Binding

fold only

Format

480x680

Printer

Drifosett

Print run

900 copies

Date

2019

Publisher

European Digital Rights

Category

poster

Country

belgium

Printing technique

Offset

Description

Fold-up poster including for European Digital Rights (EDRi),an association of civil and human rights organizations from across Europe. It defends rights and freedoms in the digital environment. It uses a homemade tool, H.I.R.P, Honey, I Resized the Poster is a web structure for printing various formats from the same content. The fonts were generated with To-Misc-fixed , a tool transforming vector fonts (otf, ttf, sfd...) to misc fixed fonts.

Title

Each Page A Function

Designer(s)

Raphaël Bastide

Tool(s)

HTML CSS Javascript PHP

Binding

saddlestitch / loop stitch

Format

148x210

Printer

Vistaprint

Print run

50 copies

Date

2019

Publisher

LeMégot éditions

Category

fanzine

Country

France

Printing technique

laser / copier

Description

This project gathers two productions: an online app and a zine.

The online app is designed to experiment drawing under constraints, to help to develop a new graphical language and go beyond automatisms. It is free to use, download and modify.

The zine Each Page A Function has been made with a custom version of the web app, by its author Raphaël Bastide. It is an “exercise de style” putting together a series of digital drawing tools (previously developed) and drawings, made within the app use session. This publication aims to show programming without showing code and tries to introduce a new way to consider drawing through the collaboration between the human hand and the computer; The influence of the tool’s constraints leading to new aesthetics and narratives consequences in each drawing and each programmed functions. Each Page A Function is made only with free software, open-source fonts, and standard web technologies. No proprietary software was used during the design, the development and the PDF export of the book. Instead, a simple HTML / PHP / Javascript / print CSS workflow was used to generate the pages and export it for print. This simple custom toolkit allowed different use of the core concept: for example, an interactive installation was made during the Festival Fanzines! 2019 in Montreuil, allowing visitors to draw and print on-site and for free their fanzine. This fork of Each Page A Function, called Dessin++, were adapted for every age, for live projection, and for limited drawing times. The interface of Dessin++ can be found here: https://raphaelbastide.com/dessinplusplus/

The code of Each Page A Function is under GNU General Public License, allowing this project to be reused, studied, and modified.

Title

Médor

Tool(s)

HTML2print Inkscape Gimp Scribus

Binding

perfect bound (glue)

Format

170:230

Printer

Brochage Renaître

Print run

6500 copies

Date

2012

Publisher

Médor

Category

periodical

Country

belgium

Printing technique

Offset

Description

A 15+ issues Belgian quarterly cooperative magazine of investigations and stories, made with custom free software.