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Litmus Paper at Cheltenham Festivals
20 October 2012
Litmus Paper is a daily review paper summarising the key focus points of each day of the Cheltenham Science Festival 2012. The festival hosts an array of interactive experiments, talks and exhibitions. The paper, supported by the British Library, was published daily for five consecutive days and was designed and edited by Design Science.
“Litmus Paper went down a storm!” – Ashley Kent, Cheltenham Science Festival Manager
For the Cheltenham Literature Festival 2012, we created a one-off issue in collaboration with Professor Roger Kneebone of Imperial College London, exploring surgery through the eyes of poets, dancers, storytellers, expert craftsmen and surgeons themselves.
Design Science’s Phillip Kent produced programmed design solutions for each of the Litmus Paper covers, which could be accessed at OpenProcessing.org. We invited visitors to download the code for any of the covers, modify, then upload back their contributions (or add new ones).
Series of five Litmuspaper editions published daily at Cheltenham Science Festival, 2012
Litmuspaper edition published at Cheltenham Literature Festival, 2012