Last semester was when I got into Sailor Moon, and this was entirely due to a book redesign project in my Typography class. It was the typical “redesign a classic novel” spiel, but I argued for how we could define the term classic. Some professors are the coolest.
I always wanted to get into Sailor Moon, and this project was the perfect opportunity. I’ll upload concept designs soon, cause my initial ideas were much different from the final.
Schrift und Bild / Schrift en beeld / L’art et l’écriture / Art and writing, Typos Verlag, Edited by
Dietrich Mahlow, Frankfurt am Main, 1963. Design:
Wolfgang Schmidt. With contributions by Jean Arp, Hugo Ball, Herbert Bayer, Raymond Hains, Haroldo de Campos, Christian Chruxin, Heinz Gappmayr, Eugen Gomringer, Ludwig Gosewitz, Raoul Hausmann, Asger Jorn, Jørgen Nash, Guy Debord, Ferdinand Kriwet, El Lissitzky, Kasimir Malevich, Stéphan Mallarmé, Laszlo Moholo-Nagy, Franz Mon, Gastone Novelli, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Diter Rot, Mommo Rotella, Wolfgang Schmidt, Kurt Schwitters, Wolf Vostell, H. N. Werkman, et al