Visual Editions

For the 2 outcomes for my fmp was thinking of doing one written piece to collate together all this theory i've been reading, and a physical piece to visualise what i have researched. To go with the themes of space, perception and non-place the written piece needs to be sympathetically designed with the contents.

For this i've been looking at the most immediate designers/ publishers who have used pushed book design away from the expected formats we have grown accustom to. print CLEARLY isn't dead, but it has to do something out of the ordinary to catch your attention.

These are from a range of Visual Editions' books (tristram shandy and tree of codes; extremely loud and incredibly close was also on their website as a lovely example of visual writing). V.E and I.B, i heart you.


1 comment:

  1. These look awesome! I especially like those first two!