Diário (“Diary”) presents a selection of entries written by the Goncourt brothers between 1860 and 1896. The visual choices alude to elements of 19th century Paris: metallic structures, boulevards, parks and public works carried out by George-Eugène Haussmann’s renovation program for the city.
Internally, the text was structured to emphasize the diary’s singular format, differentiating writing by the Goncourt brothers from the organizer’s interventions by using two text colors: black and copper.
A2 Antwerp is used for body text and subheads; the bigger point size text on the cover and in the interior are set in SangBleu Empire. The book was published by Editoria Carambaia.