Category: Book design
The United Nations and Unicef: A global pact on children’s rights
This 24-page booklet explains in simple and engaging language, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was adopted by the General Assembly and UNICEF in 1989. The booklet targets children of secondary education institutions across 12 different countries in the Mid and South Americas. The Convention’s 54 articles cover everything from a child’s right to be free from sexual and economic exploitation, to the right to his or her own opinion, and to the right to education, health care, and economic opportunity are part of this education gloss-over. Illustrated by Sam Brown and printed on heavy stock – Translated and published in 12 countries. United Nations 2009, New York, NY.
It’s Not About How Smart You Can Be…
… It’s About How Wealthy You Can Be. How do you get people who have absolutely zero desire to read a book on investing to read one? You don’t just write it, you design it. Our objective was to reduce investing to simple, timeless principles. And to add awareness, drama, understanding and, yes, even laughter. Read it and you’ll be better off than 80% of investors. Written by Mark Varder / Design by Joost Hulsbosch / Published by Jacana Publishers 2008+2010 A Loerie Award for Design, 2009
Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles
The prestigious Art University of Brussels publishes its 300th anniversary coffee table book. One section about previous student David Vasiljevic was designed by BHAG Design. It holds the story of how a Cum Laude student in Oil Painting became one the world’s top 5 beauty and fashion photographers.
Born in Australia and raised between Croatia, Italy and Belgium, David Vasiljevic trained as an oil painter at the prestigious Academie des Beaux Arts in Brussels. After graduating with honours he moved to London, where he started his fabulous photo career. A perfectionist known for his impeccable fashion and beauty images, David is a prolific contributor to several international editions of the big fashion magazines like Harper’s Bazar, Bon’s, Elle, and the French, English, American, Chinese and German Vogue, as well as some other of the world’s most prestigious fashion publications, from i-D to Numéro Tokyo. David is equally reknowned for his flawless, powerful port traiture A-list celebrities such as Penelope Cruz, Naomi Watts, Diane Kruger, Eva Mendez and Tom Ford have all been captured in his lens. His advertising clients include Stella McCartney, Givenchy Perfumes Armani Jeans, Levi’s, and H&M. Born in Australia and raised between Croatia, Italy and Belgium, David Vasiljevic trained as an oil painter at the prestigious Academie des Beaux Arts in Brussels. After graduating with honours he moved to London, where he started his photographic career.
Liza Marklund’s international bestsellers
Dust jacket design for Morton Books.* Every book has a Big-Hairy-Ambitious-Goal, and as a designer, you need to find the essence of the manuscript in front of you. As a design studio we craft each book carefully, dedicating the time that each book needs without rushing into random ideas. Liza Marklund’s three-ology of quirky Australian crime stories, perfectly describe the harsh and desolate world of the Australian outback. * Morton Books is a fictive publisher that allows me to showcase my cover concept and design work.