Annual Publication Disrupt
The ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts partnered with O’Neil to create this awesome book. The vibrant colors, lively photos and energizing text help showcase the use of creativity to innovate culture, fashion and more. This book truly represents these creative minds and their dedication to changing the world. As always, O’Neil uses stochastic screen technology for all images for the highest fidelity color reproduction possible. The images on this piece simply pop!
This 52 Page + cover perfect bound publication was printed Offset on our 6 color 40” Heidelberg. The text printed 4 color process + Pantone 803C + Spot Gloss Varnish, and cover printed 4 color process + Pantone 803C + Spot Gloss UV + Soft Touch Laminate.
ASU Herberger Institute for Design Annual Publication Disrupt
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