The Salzburg Global LGBT Forum advances the human rights of the LGBT communities universally. It has founded a network of leaders to facilitate open exchange and collaboration in highly diverse contexts. Salzburg Global Seminar worked with Art Director Dominik Langegger to document the forum's past five years through a beautifully produced publication. The editorial publication is well organized, flows clearly, and is visually pleasing through clean typography and overall design, featuring spotlight profiles, analytics, photographs, and inclusive articles. Frequently, journals that feature multiple years worth of information can be stale, but this one is anything but monotonous.
The Salzburg Global LGBT* Forum advances the human rights of LGBT people and communities around the world. Founded in 2013, it has created a trusted 72-country network of LGBT and human rights leaders to facilitate open exchange and collaboration in highly-diverse contexts. This Publication sums up the first five years of the Forum. The idea was to show that love has all kinds of forms — literally: Shapes that blend into each other and create something new were the key visual to transport this idea.
Client: Salzburg Global Seminar
Art Direction: Dominik Langegger
Content & Copy: Louise Hallman
Portpholio Photography: Michael Königshofer