Obeliscus is a new Hungarian open-access academic journal of early modern history published by the editorial board of obeliscus.hu. As art director of the project I was responsible for overall graphical identity, webdesign and other online material, as well as editorial design.
Cardo, Open Sans
PRINTING & BINDING
ART DIRECTION & EDITORIAL DESIGN
Special thanks to Noemi Viskolcz (project manager) and Marton Zaszkaliczky (editor in chief)Art Direction, Editorial Design, Graphic Design2014
Hand-bound coptic stitch sketchbook featuring black tempera stencilled on greyboard. The quote comes from L. Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations §133.Crafts, Graphic Design, Typography2014
2012-2013 Yearbook for the Institute for Advanced Study at Central European University.Art Direction, Editorial Design, Typography2013
Book design for interior designer/architect Péter Szendrő's DLA thesis. The publication consists of two volumes: the dissertation (vol. 1) and the portfolio (vol. 2). The books feature an open-spine binding and laser-engraved greyboard covers.
VISUAL IDENTITIES OF FEATURED PROJECTS WERE DESIGNED BY
ART DIRECTION, EDITORIAL DESIGN & LAYOUT
Ákos PolgárdiEditorial Design, Print Design, Typography2013
I was invited to Abu Dhabi on a commission to design issue 22 of Shawati' Magazine a cca. 180 page quarterly luxury & lifestyle publication. My tasks included cover design, type treatments, section breakers as well as laying out most articles. I'm grateful for the support of Abdallah Al Shami (creative director) and Ibrahim Itani (junior art director).Editorial Design, Print Design, Typography2013
Album design celebrating the 100 years anniversary of Hungarian golf playing.Editorial Design, Graphic Design, Typography2012
Booklet, flyer and pawn ticket layout design employing stylistic features characteristic of renaissance typography (eg. rules of page construction, choice of type etc.).Editorial Design, Print Design, Typography2012
Magazine design featuring various page layouts based on a pre-defined grid.Editorial Design, Graphic Design, Print Design2012
Budapest Magazine is a fictive publication for and about the people living in the capital of Hungary. It is designed with the typographic and illustrative freedom characteristic of the genre. The typefaces used include FB Agency, Fedra Serif, and Miklós Tótfalusi's oldstyle serif, the most significant achievement of Hungarian type design.Editorial Design, Graphic Design, Print Design2012
Collaborative project aimed at designing the last issue of a fictional newspaper called 'Doomsday 2012'.
Laszlo OrdoghEditorial Design, Graphic Design, Print Design2012