Fedrigoni 365 – 2021
The 2021 project has been an amazing feat of engineering by the Fedrigoni 365 team. We were this time tasked to design the number ’27’ and given one word to inspire the design, which was ‘Fill’. We decided to create a pouring aspect to the number ‘7’ which is filling up the number ‘2’ with liquid, the outcome looks great in print and we are proud to once again part of this fine collaboration amongst the design industry. Bringing together hundreds of creatives this year, Fedrigoni used cutting-edge digital printing and made a limited edition print run of just 4,000 copies. Each book contains a unique collection of 365 designs, printed on the Ricoh digital five colour Pro C7200 x machine, allowing each book to be entirely different from cover to cover. All profits from previous editions have been donated to charity, so far raising over £15,000.
Fedrigoni 366 – 2020
As 2020 was a leap year, there was 366 leading UK-based creatives invited to design for the project. We were tasked to design the number 29 with the theme ‘slice’ behind this. The result was a beautiful collection of work from the very best of UK creativity. Fedrigoni 366 is a multi-coloured book which incorporated 16 colours from the Fedrigoni ‘Woodstock’ paper range. The covers of the book each had a different colour from the range and colours assorted throughout. The book was 400 pages and featured an incredible 8 page double wrapped cover.
Fedrigoni 365 – 2019
We sadly missed 2019, due to our founder travelling on a surf trip, I think we can let this one go… after all, work hard, play hard.
Fedrigoni 365 – 2018
The 2018 edition, was the first and one of our favourites. It was a privilege to be invited alongside some of the UK’s leading creatives to be featured in such a unique project of togetherness, which would form the Fedrigoni annual Calendar. We were asked upon to design ‘December 11 th’, so we decided to use our ‘circular’ brand elements with Roman numerals to create more form and definition. Again, each design from each agency is an interpretation of a date that was provided at random to each participant. The challenge was to restrict the designer to one colour print, a lovely silver Pantone, which would be applied to a single colour paper. It created a gorgeous visual story which varied from page to page, and spread to spread.