Egy hadfi naplója is a diary from the first World War written by László Bartók. The editorial design was a school project, but this time I had the oppurtunity to work on a book that could actually be published. The page size and the binding type was provided by the publisher called Corvina. I chose to use duotone pictures in the book, as a tribute to the old cyanotype photographs. The titles are set in Fakir, a typeface that recalls the style of the German newspapers in the 20th century. For body text I used an easily readable font, Arno Pro.