Narrated by its former presidents and team members, the book 50 years of Abralin: Memories and Perspectives gathers historical records of the Brazilian Linguistics Association. Each chapter presents a generation, a period, a set of voices that, together, recollect and recreate a half-century trajectory.
Through its graphic and material features, the book design relates to the commemorative, institutional, and affective aspects of the publication. The light and elegant shapes of Lector, used for titles and texts, were paired with a luminous yellow hue. Ronnia, in turn, was used for the page numbering and for the preface. The result is a traditional, but also inventive layout.