Pulp #23 turns spotlight on Fabriano

Fabriano is the brand named after the Italian town in which its mills were founded in 1264 and whose papers have been loved and used by artists ever since. Issue #23 of Pulp magazine tells us about Fabriano, which has been part of Fedrigoni for two decades and continues to produce fine papers.
In this issue:
  • – “Artists on Paper,” the outstanding individuals, from Michelangelo to Bridget Riley, who have painted, drawn and written on Fabriano’s papers over time.
  • – “Fabriano Today,” the company’s path of innovation and growth.
  • – “A Life for Paper,” examines Pentagram’s elegant rebrand of Carlo Cattaneo’s original logotype.
  • – “Rebirth of a Paper Mill,” Chiara Medioli Fedrigoni tells the story of the Pioraco mill, before and after the 2016 earthquake.
  • – “The Art of the Sample” looks at Nicola D’Arcangelo’s extraordinary swatch books for Fabriano.
The striking cover shows a detail of Giulia Orecchia’s artwork for Fabriano’s Festival del Disegno 2022, coming later this year.