How can we make contemporary history research accessible and attractive to a broad public? That question was the starting point for the new magazine produced by the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, a research centre at the University of Luxembourg. In the field of academic research, brochures generally contain lengthy texts about the methodology behind research projects. So our approach was to harness the power of images to attract the attention of history novices and spark an interest in the centre’s research topics.
ampersand.studio, that's award winning creative director Guido Kröger.