Colchester narrative design imposition 18 06 2014

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  • 1. design – imposition – narrative
  • 2. design
  • 3. the grid
  • 4. imposition scheme
  • 5. 4 1 2 3 f b 14 2 3
  • 6. A folio sheet: flat (both sides) and folded
  • 7. consider reproduction the design/layout’s relationship to manufacture design print
  • 8. paper plate
  • 9. A quarto sheetwork and turn 2 up
  • 10. A quarto sheet printed in work and turn After having been folded again two identical signatures result, with pp. 1 and 4 at the outside and pp. 2 and 3 at the inside
  • 11. A quarto sheet printed and foldedNormal quarto imposition
  • 12. A 16mo sheet is folded four times, each fold crosswise to the previous one. Exact folding of such sheets is difficult, as much air tends to be caught in the folds. Usually this system was only used for small books printed on thin paper Normal 16mo imposition
  • 13. narrative
  • 14. storytellingstorytelling “Artists use lies to tell the truth. Yes, I created a lie. But because you believed it, you found something true about yourself.” Alan Moore, V for Vendetta
  • 15. • An animal • A place - inside • Either a window or screen or door • A person – close up or whole body • A place - landscape • An inanimate object – something you care about possibly • A tool • Hands – holding something or not
  • 16. a one day project.... consider design - layout - grid - imposition scheme create a bookwork from one sheet of paper that is reproducible on a photocopier. crit - ............................