First Things First. A Manifesto. 1964. 2000. 2014.
Manifest. | Communicating Editorial
University of Plymouth
Supervised by Colm Dunne
The editorial shows typographically the content
of the "First Things First" manifestos of 1964, 2000 and 2014. It should draw attention to how much potential is invested in the trivial and timecon-suming productions of advertising. The manifestos appeared in text form and mostly without design. The three magazines draw atten-tion to the problems, demands and backgrounds of the designers. Transparent pages reinforce statements and refer to sections of text.