Z1-J1A Zine Publication
From 2371 (2002) to 2.2 (2019).
Iteration and atemporality. Created to commemorate the release of J1A-GT Gen 2.2, Z1-J1A is a zine designed by David Rudnick with photographs by Phillip Koll. The complete specifications of every J1A released to date are collected herein, and each of the fifteen versions of Acronym's definitive jacket has been newly photographed for this edition.
A limited quantity of the first edition of 300 is now available for purchase.
J1A was the first ever jacket designed by Acronym. Originally conceived in the years between 1999 and 2001, it is the progenitor of the Type 2371, and of every other Acronym jacket that has followed. It is the very idea of ǍCROŇYMř rendered in physical, wearable form. A carefully balanced array of functional and aesthetic systems. Asymmetric. Dynamic. ǍCROŇYMř among equals.
- Paper: Fedragoni X-PER,100gsm, 140gsm, 250gsm
- Print Method: Duotone with spot Pantone, four colour CMYK insert.
- Binding Method: Saddle-stitched with dual-spine-gatefold-opening outer binding. Six point magnetic clasp.
|_ [ 22 × 32 cm ]|
|_ 37 pages|
Typeset in Axis Tempus & Axis Tempus Infra, size 6pt.
Axis Tempus designed by David Rudnick, 2018.
Axis Tempus Infra designed by David Rudnick, 2019.
Both typefaces created specifically for use by ǍCROŇYMř and Terrain in Z1-J1A
Protected by one or more International Patents and/or Patents Pending.
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Actual product may differ from images.