Festival d’Anjou: 70 ans de théâtre (“70 years of theater in Anjou”) is a book published by Revue 303, about the French Festival d’Anjou, playing theater in historical places — mainly outside — such as the château de Brissac, the château d’Angers, and the château du Plessis-Macé.
Designers deux point deux chose Beretta Serif and Beretta Sans from 205TF for titles. This type, made of dots, reminds of the lights of shows, of stages, the mirror lights in the actor’s boxes, but also the rising of the stars when the public waits for the night to fall, when assisting to a representation at the festival d’Anjou. Body text uses Gill Sans.
The cyan color on the cover has been replaced by a fluorescent spot color, and white hot foil is used on type and moon.
All allong the book chapters, a moon filled with dots, rises and falls.