Puebla, Mexico | 2018
The main goal was to develop an editorial product based on the photographic work of Guillermo Kahlo, Frida Kahlo’s father, linked to the historical and heritage value of religious monuments in the State of Puebla.
We took care of the book’s narrative by tackling the artist’s perspective and his stay in Puebla City. We made a selection of photographs that Kahlo took between 1901 and 1930 and made a comparison of how the monuments look like in modern life, recreating the same shots with contemporary photographs from 2018.
We designed two books of 176 pages with high quality finishes. We coordinated all contents and supervised all stages: editing process, pre-production and printing, to ensure that the reader had an immersive experience.