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A beautiful compliment

February 27th, 2010 · Tags: · · · · Comments Off on A beautiful compliment

“Livre de texte dense, a priori sans soucis de graphisme, et je découvre que c’est tout l’inverse.”1 More pictures: http://gallery.constantvzw.org/main.php?g2_itemId=30910 “Book of dense text, a priori without concern about graphic design, and I discover that it’s quite the opposite” Ariane Bosshard in: Prix Fernand Baudin: les plus beaux livres à Bruxelles et en Wallonie 2009 […]

Exhibition Prix Fernand Baudin

February 8th, 2010 · Tags: · · · Comments Off on Exhibition Prix Fernand Baudin

26 February – 10 March 2010 Exhibition in Brussels presenting the bookawards and nominations of the Fernand Baudin Prize 2009, the prize of the Most Beautiful Books in Brussels and Wallonia. BIP Rue Royale, 2-4 1000 Brussels Opening, award ceremony of the honorary diploma’s + release of the catalogue: 25th of February 2010 at 6 […]

OSP wins Fernand Baudin Prize

December 17th, 2009 · Tags: · · · 1 Comment

Tracks in Electr(on)ic Fields, published by Constant and designed by OSP with ConTeXt and Scribus, has been awarded one of 9 prizes for The Most Beautiful Book of Brussels and Wallonia ✵ ✯ ✵ More about the prize: http://www.prixfernandbaudinprijs.be About the design and production process (also included in the publication): The Making Of Related posts: […]

OSP + Scribus = Prizewinning Design!

June 5th, 2009 · Tags: · · · · 14 Comments

Yesterday OSP received a Plantin-Moretus prize 2009 for best designed book in the category non fiction. The jury about Cross-over: “It was love at first sight“. The book, published by BAM and Lannoo and edited by Liesbeth Huybregts, uses Libre Fonts and is produced with Scribus and many other F/LOSS tools. We think it is […]

The exception that proves the rule

March 18th, 2009 · Tags: · · · 2 Comments

Felix Kubin writes: “As an antidote to globalisation, Ich Bin suggest local megalomania: Mulhouse for capital! ‘Avec le Gewuerz et le Schnaps.’ The record was designed by the talented Monsieur Harrisson, a French refugee now residing in Brussels (…)” So, OSP makes an exception for Harissons’ *last ever* design in proprietary software: we’re proud to […]