June 26, 2019 by Molly Flatt for Future Book Could Unicorns, Almost be the first truly immersive audiobook? This month saw the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy—and one of the events created to commemorate the occasion was a unique “immersive audio experience” based on a play by Owen Sheers about the lifeContinue reading “MEDIA // THE BOOKSELLER”
‘And so we wait. Six tanks to a land craft, rocking on our moorings, everything soaking wet and the knots in our stomachs tightening by the hour. Tomorrow our new immersive audio experience of Unicorns, Almost opens in Bayeux.
Nick Bell designed the visual identity for UNICORNS, ALMOST and we’re all absolutely delighted with the result. The background collages uses material from the Keith Douglas archive in Leeds University Library Special Collections. Gills Sans and Albertus are both pre-WWII typefaces that Keith Douglas would have been familiar with. Albertus was used by the Ministry ofContinue reading “VISUAL IDENTITY FOR UNICORNS, ALMOST”
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