Sesc is a Brazilian non-profit institution that values education as a prerequisite for social transformation, and provides courses aimed at all age groups and social strata, and are often free.
The bi-monthly booklets announce the courses and workshops offered at Sesc 24 de Maio, a São Paulo chapter of the organisation. Its programme ranges from silkscreen workshops to open talks about LGBT and civil rights, and classes given by indigenous people of Brazil sharing their culture. Since several workshops continue from one month to another, the system was designed to make two different covers in one booklet by simply moving the booklet flaps. The covers were printed using only a few spot colours at a time, the colours were chosen by combining one fluorescent spot color with a solid one, experimenting with overprinting.