I'm not in the habit of mentioning my own work here: it's not really the reason why I blog. But this catalogue is a little bit special (or perhaps, to be more precise, it should be these catalogues). It's one of those where there are two front covers, and two separate catalogues that meet in the middle on the centre spread, if you see what I mean? So one of those covers really ought to be upside down, I suppose.
It's the first time in my career that I've designed one of those - and in this case the solution is entirely appropriate, since the catalogue(s) accompany a single exhibition by two artists: Alinah Azadeh and Rosa Nguyen. It's part of an initiative called the shape of things, and is currently showing at Bristol's City Museum & Art Gallery. It's been on for a while and it's had thousands and thousands of visitors. Which is no surprise, since it's one of those that's not to be missed, if you can help it. It's on until 18 April - so if you can get yourself down to Bristol before then, do pop along. And if you do, do buy the catalogue(s) - it really is rather good (even though I say so myself).
It's helped, of course, by some really stunning photography by Xavier Young.