Kid's Magazine


magazine Nº1, Special Edition
theme Mythological Creatures & Monsters
language Slovenian
papers Favini Shiro Eco & Favini Crush Kiwi

Radovedko (meaning Curious Kid) is a leaflet and poster for little explorers, a fun, educational and creative shortcut to knowledge. The first issue takes us on a journey to meet the mysterious, hungry and also some shy mythological creatures from the world's treasury of fairy tales. We will need a lot of vivid imagination! It will guide us how to imagine mythological creatures and how to create unusual ideas.

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Picture Book

Fant iz papirja

picture book A Boy From Paper, 2021
language Slovenian
author Nejc Gazvoda
illustration & design Hana Jesih
typeface Katka Basic
paper IQ Print
pages 38

Gazvod's literary debut in the field of youth literature tells in a metaphorical way what can happen when two very different worlds meet - the world of paper and the world of ink. The picture book encourages the acceptance of difference and the child's imagination of how to play with paper and ink. It received Special Recognition of the new path to innovation in addition to the nomination for the Kristina Brenkova Award for the original Slovenian picture book 2021.

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Have you ever heard of

Nine Men’s Morris, board game

Nine Men’s Morris,

Stern-halma, board game


Tablut, board game

or Tablut ?

Board Games Collection

GAMEBOOK, an Interactive Book of Board Games

Red Edition, First Edition, 2019
language English/Slovenian
authors Hana Jesih, Peter Plantan
design Hana Jesih
paper SH Recycling

Gamebook is a hybrid - both an interactive book and a unique collection of ancient abstract strategy board games. The box for game pieces is also the book’s backbone that holds the pages together with magnetic binding. Gamebook at first gained Kickstarter supporters from 36 countries and later it has received many other recognitions!

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artist's book

Impresije, Ljubljana/Istanbul

First Edition, 2017
language Slovenian
illustration & design Hana Jesih, Eva Mlinar
texts Kaja Blazinšek, Andraž Boštjančič, Nejc Gazvoda, Matic Kocijančič, Eva Mahkovic
paper Favini Shiro White

Artist’s Book is an artistic correspondence between Hana Jesih and Eva Mlinar. They exchanged collage illustrations representing their experiences and perceptions of the culture, society, community and diversity of the cities they have lived in during that time. The illustrations in the book are accompanied by short stories and poems. The project was supported by the Ministry of Culture in Slovenia.

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Book and Animated Film

No Exit

A master thesis project, 2016
mentorship by Radovan Jenko & Maciej Buszewicz
language English
author Jean Paul Sartre
illustration & design Hana Jesih
paper Amber Graphic
music & sound Rory Greenaway

Book is an interactive instrument. The user has to tear apart the 1st chapter of the book with the paper knife, to enter the room of Sartre’s hell. On the back cover of the book is Ticket to Hell, which leads the reader to the animated film No Exit. Collaboration of the book-object and the animated film gives the user (reader or onlooker) experience of some of the existential ideas of Jean Paul Sartre.

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Artist’s Book

The Stranger

A bachelor thesis project, 2013
mentorship by Radovan Jenko
language English
author Albert Camus
illustration & design Hana Jesih
paper Favini Shiro Alga Carta
binding Leporello
run 7 original copies

Design challenge was the 10 meter long horizontal layout for each part of the book, where rhythm played the main role. The 1st part of the book concentrates on the physical experience of the main character Meursault. Every chapter has its own rhythm and illustrations have a special bond to expressive typography. Meursault in the 2nd part of the book is imprisoned. The rhythm there is passive, the boxes of text are stuck in a black surface. Pagination is going reversed from 86 to 0, down to the last breath of the main character.

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