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Público

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / Magazine & Newspaper Design / Entire Newspapers / 2008

Público is an 18-year-old newspaper. It’s one of the most influential newspapers in Portugal and sells around 60,000 copies each day. Its graphic structure is solidly designed around a game of multi-thematic and mono-thematic pages or flat plans, in which photography plays an important role. In addition to the main body of the newspaper, composed of hard news, there’s a daily supplement called P2. Editorially and graphically, it’s different. Photography and typography are enhanced. We think of it as a different rhythm of reading within the newspaper. Público has a range of weekly supplements: Ípsilon, covering arts and leisure, on Friday; Economy, also on Friday; Fugas, covering travel and lifestyle, on Saturday; and Pública, the Sunday magazine.

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