Do you spend a long time reading articles and books?
To be honest, I can’t. But you can find all the clues about how I tried to read an article in this little book, My Journey to the Centre of Google Earth.
We all know the death of print has been falsely predicted for over a century now, it’s undeniable the effect the last 30 years has had on the form of the book and the mechanisms of publishing. So what will the book be in the future? Will people still read? Will you still read?
A book designed for the 2018 NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair, referencing the 2012 book Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing since 1894, by Alessandro
Ludovico. Books are pocketbook sized (107.9mm x 174.6mm), 210 pages, printed in black on white paper and perfect bound. This book was directed by Stuart Geddes,
a seriously funny book designer in Melbourne.
Why do people leave their home countries?
How do they get to know the new environment?
Take my personal life stories as basis, get to know better about how I feel about the space, and how I understand the world, including you.
This is a site-specific booklet that embodies a sense of place, without the need to answer to a client’s commercial requirements.
Books are A5 sized, 40 pages, printed in black on white and yellow paper.
How do people understand alphabet?
When we say “A”, “B”, “C”, we absolutely know the order. So if we make a list, instead of using “one”, “two”, “three”, can people still realize everything is in the order?
That is definitely not because I have too many daily pieces to collect and experimentally tried to combine them together.
A limited printing book designed for the 2018 NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair. Books are small sized (74mm x 148.5mm), 30 pages,
printed in black on white and yellow paper, and round staple bound. This book was directed by Vincent Chan, a cat-and-dog-loving communication designer.