Pulp is a “quarterly journal of people and paper” produced by Eye magazine’s John Walters (editor) and Simon Esterson (art director) for Fedrigoni. The first issue debuted with some Miller Banner, but most of the pages are set in Scotch ModernDisplay for headlines with Century Expanded (an Esterson favorite) for text. The logo is based on Futura Black. Pulp is produced in two editions: Italian/English and French/Spanish. I particularly admire the way the designers handle the bilingual content on these pages. Everything feels roomy, dynamic, and non-repetitive, which is not an easy task when setting the same stuff twice. (Credit also goes to the editorial staff for limiting the text.)
In 2015, Esterson was awarded “Art Director of the Year” by the British Society of Magazine Editors for his work on Pulp.