‘Litmus Paper went down a storm!’ – Ashley Kent, Cheltenham Science Festival Manager
DesignScience is working with Cheltenham Festivals to produce Litmus Paper – a series of newspapers published to coincide with each of the Festivals: Jazz, Science, Music and Literature.
Cheltenham Literature Festival 2012
Dedicated to World of Surgery run by Professor Roger Kneebone of Imperial College London, this issue explores surgery through the eyes of poets, dancers, storytellers, expert craftsmen and surgeons themselves.
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Cheltenham Science Festival 2012
Litmus Paper was published daily for five consecutive days at this year’s The Times Cheltenham Science Festival. The editions were designed and edited by DesignScience in collaboration with and generously supported by the British Library. Printed overnight, they feature interviews, news and write-ups of each day’s events alongside a series of specially commissioned articles.
CHELTENHAM SCIENCE FESTIVAL 2012
Litmus Paper Day 1: Brain and culture
Litmus Paper Day 2: Beginnings and endings
Litmus Paper Day 3: The changing body
Litmus Paper Day 4: World of science
Litmus Paper Day 5: Festival round up
DesignScience Partner Phillip Kent produced programmed design solutions for each of the covers, which also exist online. The code is freely accessible enabling anyone to do their own programming and create new designs.
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You are invited to download the code for any of the covers, modify it, then upload back your contributions (or add new ones)
CHELTENHAM LITERATURE FESTIVAL 2012
Science: visual and verbal