Print/2,
‍‍Publication

Challenge

The goal of this mandate was to develop an interactive iPad application that encompasses the work of (ANDY GOLDSWORTHY), the legendary land artist. The overall objective was to create an interesting e-book that would explore the work and world that Goldsworthy created. This mandate didn't contain many constraints, which let me explore many different possibilities. During my research, I found out that most of his preliminary artworks were created in a forest close to his childhood home in Leeds, England. Since he discovered his passion for land art in this location, it gave me an idea.
A very simple publication derived from an essay written for a class focusing on printing techniques and strategies to deal with printers in the real world. The beauty of this project was that I was able to start with a clean slate. No concept was needed instead just a visually appealing publication was made.
DOB
1999-04/04
3:25AM
MTL, QC

Print/2,
Publication

Challenge

A very simple publication derived from an essay written for a class focusing on printing techniques and strategies to deal with printers in the real world. The beauty of this project was that I was able to start with a clean slate. No concept was needed instead just a visually appealing publication was made.
SECTION
production manual

CONTEXT
570-668-dw
sect. 001
production constraints
OUTCOME
publication


YEAR
2019
Perspective

Many different ideas were explored during the development of this publication but the only that was settled on was quite simple. The layout would be heavily based off the old blue prints that designers would receive before their job went out to print. Not only does this create an interesting visual language but it creates many possibilities when defining the grid and laying out the typography.

Outcome

The final publication of this project was quite interesting, one of the main highlights of this publication is the mistakes, which obviously are not mistakes. I wanted to explore how far I could push different ideas such as typography getting cut off and/or overlapping without it looking incorrect.

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