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A visual guide to some of the weirdest festivals from around the world including baby jumping, cheese rolling and wife carrying.

A visual guide to some of the weirdest festivals from around the world including baby jumping, cheese rolling and wife carrying.

A visual guide to some of the weirdest festivals from around the world including baby jumping, cheese rolling and wife carrying.

A visual guide to some of the weirdest festivals from around the world including baby jumping, cheese rolling and wife carrying.

Dan Matutina: A Philippine map I made last January for Sea Expo's magazine - Navigator. I stylized the map with geometric waves, a bit of how Manansala would treat his surfaces & backgrounds.

Dan Matutina: A Philippine map I made last January for Sea Expo's magazine - Navigator. I stylized the map with geometric waves, a bit of how Manansala would treat his surfaces & backgrounds.

I like the Info graph style to this TOC, the pictures link to a dot then followed by a line to the page and about the page, including number is found at the other end of line.

I like the Info graph style to this TOC, the pictures link to a dot then followed by a line to the page and about the page, including number is found at the other end of line.

BSD Magazine

BSD Magazine

The graphic design of this magazine is on another level. Each page wonders, yet remains true to the whole.

The graphic design of this magazine is on another level. Each page wonders, yet remains true to the whole.

book index / table of content #print #editorial

book index / table of content #print #editorial

adds up to perfection...

adds up to perfection...

The booklet on the top has a very well designed cover page. It has, in normal font, a bold-faced "Introduction" and info underneath it. What I like about it is the cyan see-through number one. It goes with the standard font and it adds interest in a simple way to something that would otherwise be quite boring.

The booklet on the top has a very well designed cover page. It has, in normal font, a bold-faced "Introduction" and info underneath it. What I like about it is the cyan see-through number one. It goes with the standard font and it adds interest in a simple way to something that would otherwise be quite boring.