‘Tramuntana’ a guide to the walking trails of the northern part of the island of Cres. This 56 page tourist booklet was printed in 4 languages, Croatian, English, Italian and German using InDesign multiple layers to minimise production costs.
Produced for Eko-centar Caput Insulae – Beli: www.supovi.hr
My graphic design of a highly detailed tourist map of the island of Cres and its northern area known as Tramuntana.
This map was produced in 2007 for the then Eko-centar Caput Insulae – Beli www.supovi.hr
side one of the map details the towns and villages of the island of Cres
side two features the walking trails and labyrinths of the forested northern part of the island known as Tramuntana and the village of Beli
Please note this map was produced in 2007 and some details may no longer be correct.
Iz starih bejski albuma
Ovom izložbom predstavljaju se ljudi koji su početkom 20. stoljeća živjeli u Belom koji je tada brojio oko tisuću stanovnika. Većina ljudi iselila se nakon II. svjetskog rata, a danas je gotovo nemoguće zamisliti da je Beli bio toliko napučen i pun života. Fotografijama se na simboličan način Bejani vraćaju u taj prošli život kroz sjećanja njih samih, njihovih potomaka i poznanika. Posjetitelji ovoga mjesta, pak imat će priliku kroz izložbu steći predodžbu o ljudima koji su živjeli u ovom mjestu iznimne kulturne baštine i prirodne ljepote koja ga okružuje.
From the photo albums of old Beli, Cres
Through this exhibition we are presenting the people who lived in Beli during the first half of the 20th century when there were about 1,000 inhabitants here. Most of them emigrated after WWII and today it is almost impossible to imagine that Beli was so lively. Photographs in a symbolic way give back life to those people of Beli through their own memories, the memories of their relatives and acquaintances. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the people who lived in this place of an exceptional cultural heritage and the natural beauty which surrounds it.
This exhibition was a huge challenge. I had to gather 100s of old photographs from the old villagers of Beli – retouch and restore them to their original glory with Photoshop and then try to place names and stories to the people featured in them.
It was a very satisfying event when the exhibition opened in the old olive mill in Beli and to see the response from the local residents and those from around the world who then began to share their pictures and memories over the group page created on Facebook. – Martin