Andrea Vendetti, Elettra Scotucci
Giuseppe Accroglianò, Sara Andronico, Claudio Antonangeli, Aurora Baiocchi, Elena Belli, Carlotta Biagioni, Sara Bonini, Raffaello Borrelli, Luca Bruni, Stefano Catino, Eleonora Chicca, Loris Cometa, Sara Corona, Domitilla Davoli, Carla De Gennaro, Edoardo De Maglie, Francesco Dori, Alessio Gennaro, Domiziano Sagnelli, Nicolo Santini Rossi, Flaminia Filigi, Gaia Formigari, Carlotta Franceschi, Giulia Gatta, Marco Genovali, Valeria Gionfra, Virginia Granata, Beatrice Greco, Valentina Guarda, Leonardo Iaia, Isabella Immediato, Francesco Paolo Incantalupo, Fabio La Gattuta, Gianluca Mazzocco, Francesca Mazzù, Letizia Micheli, Gabriele Minotti, Diego Morana, Roberto Muto, Stefano Cattani, Giulia Del Vecchio, Edoardo Nardi, Marco Nicolò, Barbara Notaro, Alice Oieni, Laura Perrucci, Silvia Santopaolo, Lorenzo Numa Sbrolli, Antonella Scardino, Giordana Scipioni, Rachele Sdoga, Sara Stipcevich, Caterina Tahan, Marco Telesca, Valerio Teti, Francesco Tricarico, Martina Villani, Rebecca Zambelli, Alessia Zappitelli, Marco Zini
Approaching and fighting with movable type and letterpress, overcoming its problems and dealing with the arrangement of the elements, this is all that makes this printing technique so interesting and open to new experiments in the graphic processing field.
During the meeting, the three Graphic Design classes were divided into two groups. Both groups were provided with two phrases about San Lorenzo district, to be composed with movable type: one from De Gregori’s song ‘San Lorenzo’, the other from Pascoli’s poem ’X agosto’. Assembling verses written by such great authors with focus and analog attention, the contact with ink and the fabric of the paper, the gesture of the press pushing the sheet on the ink gave the printed posters a deeper meaning and made them closer to a district so lived and alive as San Lorenzo is.