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CORINA DUMA

Who's who / 17 Mai 2016 / RDW team
  • CORINA DUMA2016 // DOUBLE EXPOSURE
  • CORINA DUMA2016 // INTERVIEWS WITH UNEMPLOYED
  • CORINA DUMA2016 // INTERVIEWS WITH UNEMPLOYED
  • CORINA DUMA2016 // INTERVIEWS WITH UNEMPLOYED
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HISTORY
Corina Duma is a graphic designer working in Bucharest. She signed the graphic concept of the following magazines: ARTA, published by the Romanian Artists Union, and “igloo. habitat & arhitectură”. Writer of “Bucharest. The City of senses” și “The Giurgiu drawer“, she has put together numerous editorial projects for art galleries and publishing houses in the country and abroad.

ROMANIAN DESIGN WEEK APPEARANCES

2016 //
DOUBLE EXPOSURE
The graphic concept of the book fits on the editorial concept who try to provoke a change in the relationship between writer-illustrator. 10 writers were invited to choose one work that inspired him, of several contemporary artists portfolios. Starting from that work, they wrote, with no other limitation, one fiction. The design of the book seeks to induce the knowing or the revelation which occurred between the writer and plastician - each work from which the writer started is folded between the pages opening each text.

2016 // INTERVIEWS WITH UNEMPLOYED
“Interviews with unemployed” in a bilingual illustrated book containing interviews of unemployed from Moabit district of Berlin. The concept resulting from the separation of texts from Romanian and German languages in two books stand-alone having the same graphical identity, but the color used as accent layout is different for the two languages and touch books is achieved by the cover joint, thus becoming an object which can be read in both directions.