ANNIKA BAUDRY is a Swedish graphic designer who opened her own studio in Paris eleven years ago. Her work includes design for print such as covers, books, catalogues, and visual identity matters for private clients and corporate companies – and also bookbinding for collectors, artists and bibliophiles.
BOOKS For cover design – for print or an individual binding of a book – the approach is always from inside and out, to show the personality of the book’s content. The cover is the packaging of the product. Annika’s signature bindings have prints of images directly on leather. The following bindings were made for…
EDITIONS This book was printed in a limited edition of 10 copies. The text, from Islandic author Minervudottir (edition Zulma) was set in lead type by a typographer and printer on the island of Fårö in Sweden, based on Annika’s specific layout. Numbered. (2010)
PRINT This logo was made for an international book artist exhibition, to be used on the catalogue and promotional pieces. It was adapted for print both in b/w and color. (2010)
COLLABORATIONS Annika often works together with artists and photographers, creating other forms of expression for them. Here the photographer wanted to be able to expose and change the silk screen photos in a frame. The photos, on cloth, were sewn on hooks, protected in a bound book form and the whole was placed in a…
COLLECTIONS This book by author Tomas Tranströmer, with linocuts by Birgit Alm-Pons, was bound for an exhibition at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm in 2013. It was later added to the permanent collection at Röhsska Design Museum in Göteborg.
ARTIST’S BOOKS The linoleum engravings illustrated in this accordion book, now belonging to the book collection at the Bibliothèque St Geneviève in Paris, was first printed by Annika on a Vandercook press at Center for Book Arts in New York. They were later scanned and reprinted in jet ink on handmade paper.