A fictitious annual report inspired by the National Crime Syndicate established in New York, 1929

Design Spec

Oxford green buckram cover, gold foil, 4pp gate fold, chicago bolts

An annual report inspired by New York’s National Crime Syndicate that was established in 1929. The Scaletta Annual Report includes figures and falsified information to legitimise the income of the fictional business.

Scaletta draws on American Art Deco and modernist typography for influence in the tone and design system. The report was bound to mimic a restaurant menu to diverge away from the criminal activity.



Scaletta gate fold - closed

Infographic depicting territory control, family income and net worth in the shape of a Chicago Typewriter (aka Tommy Gun).

Scaletta gate fold - close up