DISPARI, (2022)
Web design

Website for DISPARI duo.
DISPARI in an ongoing collaboration between Daniël Siegersma and Filippo Ciriani.

CREDITS
Design: Emma Benozzi
Typefaces: Neue Machina, Necto, Porpora
Link to website: dispari.eu

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DOWN TO EARTH, Emma Benozzi (2021 - ongoing)
Risograph (12.5x25, 84p)

Whilst the majority of humanity indulges in a motionless state amidst the environmental crisis, many come up with ever-new solutions to try to slow down the inevitable - oftentimes looking at the past for an inspirational reference.
Down to Earth aims to restore the lost value of sustainable self-production by revisiting the methodology of the Benandanti (Good Walkers), an agrarian cult from Friuli, Italy's north-eastern region, prominent during the 16th and 17th centuries, whose central mission was to care for the Earth's fertility.

This book was presented at KABK's Graduation Show of 2021 together with a set of handcrafted functional gardening tools, hosting a reactivation of the repressed archive of the cult's culture.

CREDITS
Design, writing: Emma Benozzi
Photography: Filippo Maria Ciriani
Typefaces: Avara+Karrik, Nahtural by Felix Hdez
Paper: GAIA stone-paper
Printing, binding and publishing: ZEST

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SILENT CANARY, Filippo Maria Ciriani (2021)
Risograph + Silkscreen (17x27, 100p)

In the 19th century a mining company was in charge of a piece of land now called Kelmis. In order to extract the greater profit - zinc - out of its soil, the company shaped the landscape and the community for its needs.
Half a century later, due to technological impossibilities, the mine, as well as the country, lost their value. Today, a new mining company is aware of the potential profit that still exists under the city's ground. In addition to the remaining zinc, a rare element used in our technological devices lays next to it: Germanium. This company has come to stake its position among Kelmis, wanting to reanimate the old tunnels. While the state and corporations are discussing regulations and procedures, the citizens can only wait as silent spectators of their lives.

Silent Canary delves into the social implications of resource extraction. It opens a dialogue between past and present in this right moment of stalemate. By interweaving traces of the former mine and portraits of the community, the project exposes the human figures at the mercy of forces driven by profit.

CREDITS
Photography: Filippo Maria Ciriani
Design: Emma Benozzi
Typeface: Minipax
Paper: Rebello
Printing, binding and publishing: ZEST

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