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Bell-Net Mother Book Design for Growing Babies - The Inspiration Room

MOTHER BOOK on Behance

Kishokai “Mother Book,” created by Dentsu Nagoya to promote the pharma company’s Bell-Net Obstetrics product, is a book that takes expectant mothers through the 40 weeks of their pregnancy.

Bell-Net Mother Book Cover by Kishokai

Bell-Net Mother Book Design for Growing Babies

Bell-Net Mother Book Design for Growing Babies - The Inspiration Room

Gerhard Marcks (German, 1889–1981) Title page from Jonah (Jona). (1950) One from an illustrated book with ten woodcuts (including duplicate of title page on front cover). Grillen-Presse, Hamburg. Designed and printed by Richard von Sichowsky, Hamburg

Gerhard Marcks (German, Title page from Jonah (Jona). One from an illustrated book with ten woodcuts (including duplicate of title page on front cover). Designed and printed by Richard von Sichowsky, Hamburg

bell_net_mother_book_11 laser carving!

Bell-Net Mother Book Design for Growing Babies - The Inspiration Room

OFFF UNMASKEDA new art book celebrating the 15th edition of Barcelona’s OFFF festival is as unique as the event itself. Featuring contributions from renowned illustrators and graphic designers, OFFF Unmasked is a journey into a parallel world, portrayin…

Join us as we do a little drooling over a design conference book, flip over a fashion designer's portfolio, and discover a new way to understand color.

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「妊娠のお腹の膨らみ」を「本の厚み」として表現する、美しい母子本「Mother Book」がカンヌ・ヘルス・カテゴリーで初グランプリ!とても美しい本でしか出来ない表現。

Kishokai “Mother Book,” created by Dentsu Nagoya to promote the pharma company’s Bell-Net Obstetrics product, is a book that takes expectant mothers through the 40 weeks of their pregnancy.

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Un calendrier qui grossit en même temps que le ventre de la future maman

paul gabor / période parisienne (1956-1992).../ catalogue typogabor/ magazine littéraire

paul gabor / période parisienne (1956-1992).../ catalogue typogabor/ magazine littéraire

I'm Not Sure

To be honest, I'm Not Sure either. I don't understand what the imagery is representing. However, the layout of elements work well, for example where the right side downward line of image continues as text.

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