Creatividade Galega Design & Branding YEARBOOK CREATIVIDADE GALEGA by Unlimited Creative Group, Zumo Estudio

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YEARBOOK CREATIVIDADE GALEGA

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Industry Books
Media Design & Branding
Market Spain
Agency Unlimited Creative Group
Art Director Alberto Aler, David De La Iglesia Pregal, Brais Mendez Gonzalez
Copywriter Xosé Teiga
Agency Zumo Estudio
Released November 2011

Credits & Description

Category: Books
Advertiser: CREATIVIDADE GALEGA
Product/Service: YEARBOOK
Agency: UNLIMITED CREATIVE GROUP
Agency: ZUMO ESTUDIO
Creative Director: Xose Teiga (Unlimited Creative Group)
Creative Director: Brais Mendez Gonzalez (Zumoestudio)
Art Director: Alberto Aler (Unlimited Creative Group)
Art Director: Brais Mendez Gonzalez (Zumoestudio)
Art Director: Xose Teiga (Unlimited Creative Group)
Art Director: David de la Iglesia Pregal (Zumo Estudio)
Graphic Designer: Alberto Aler (Unlimited Creative Group)
Graphic Designer: Brais Mendez Gonzalez (Zumoestudio)
Graphic Designer: David de la Iglesia Pregal (Zumoestudio)
Copywriter: Xose Teiga (Unlimited Creative Group)
Media placement: Book - Santiago de Compostela - November 2011

Describe the brief from the client
The order: to conceive and design the Anuario Creatividade Galega (the Galician Creative Association Yearbook).

Describe the challenges and key objectives
The goal: to diffuse the concept of the start of a new, more-demanding stage in the selection of works published in the book. The Yearbook is an annual summary of what is happening in the fields of graphic, publicity, audiovisual and interactive communication in Galicia.

Describe how you arrived at the final design
The solution: to create a book in which the final process 'eliminates the excess'. Once the book was printed, part of it was torn out to eliminate superfluous works, thus making an act of commitment, in the final process, more selective.

Give some indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
The result was the deconstruction of a book (and the controversy) but the required message was disseminated: 'what is missing is the excess baggage'.