NOTA BENE – words in images

Diploma ESAG Penninghen (Paris)
Thesis Director: Etienne Robial

nota bene / nɔ.ta be.ne
Is an Italian and Latin phrase meaning “note well”

Nota Bene explores the relationship between words and images.

“Thinking is drawing in your head” as Alan Fletcher said;
Nota Bene wants to make these thoughts visible, already filled with images,
waiting to be interpreted graphically and placed on a perticular medium.
Bringing words to life and enhancing their meaning through design & typography.
“Form is the external expression of inner content” as wassily kandinsky said,
and this is nota bene’s philosophy.

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