For an upcoming photo exhibition on North Korea (my 1st exhibition in Berlin!), I plan to produce a book and magazine dummy on Blurb's self-publishing platform. I wiuld like to develop a clean, simple design what connect immediately with the idea of "North Korea".
Either by using the North Korean flag, a Korean-language word, or a combination of my photo and project title.
As this is basically a low-budget project (we plan with 50 to 100 Euro total) the budget is really limited. The exhibition will take place in a non-commercial art space, which means it is a small and arty venue rather than a huge commercial gallery,
Please consider providing a bid, if you like the idea to have your work being seen by an art-gallery crowd. Also, for sake of additional compensation, I suggest
- to offer you a commission on future book or magazine sales
- to offer you one fine-art print of my project, worth 200 EUR
The design fee shall include:
a. developing a a cover design for book and magazine (identical content, only different format. Will provide you with exact measurements). Ideally, the drafts shall be provided in printable format by November 29th, 9PM German time (as Blurb has a special printing offer ending on midnight).
b. developing a postcard design based on the same content by end of the year
c. doing minimal editing on the layout at a later point, e.g. changing the title or the image
You will get further compensated in case:
- we decide to produce the book in Adobe InDesign or similar pro software (rather than in Blurb's own design platform, which we use at the beginning)
- we decide to produce a poster
I also hope to have this project shown at other venues in the future. You would always participate on sale of book and magazines.
On a final note: on design work I like, please visit these 2 site -[url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view]
Looking forward to hearing from you
If selected, we would discuss details on Sunday (November 27) and you should provide the book and magazine cover layout by Tuesday evening (9PM German time)