leave words on page; cut out unwanted words; page underneath shows through #art #journaling #techniques

Cool riff on blackout poetry. LM leave words on page; cut out unwanted words; page underneath shows through (alternative to the found poetry project) altered book page

Sophie Calle | Hacedores de Mundo on Behance. Presentation provides different magnifications and demonstrates material properties.

Cover & Layout / Sophie Calle - Hacedores de Mundo on Behance I like this book, i like the simple way that the work has been laid out. This book is published professionaly.

Bureaucollective. P&P: interesting concept for a zine; it has to be ripped open at the side before the reader can peruse the contents. Would they keep the secrets inside, or would they tear it open?

interesting concept for a zine; it has to be ripped open at the side before the reader can peruse the contents. Would they keep the secrets inside, or would they tear it open?

Really unique and interesting way to put together a layout for a book. I like that it folds out in different ways. This could be really cool and a nice way to design it. ***inspiration

unique folder booklet printing design - NB: very useful and compact but maybe too much of a bulk?

Photographers Kelia Anne MacCluskey and Luca Venter explore the limits of reality

Great photo assignment idea - great concepts that definitely come through to the viewer! Photographers Kelia Anne MacCluskey and Luca Venter.

Philippa Wood :: brilliant artist book

'Done' is a unique artists' book produced specifically for the 'we love your books' 2009 exhibition entitled 'Closure', at Artworks, Milton Keynes. This tissue paper book is based on an obsession with list-making. It explores the typographic potential o

Brand Manual on Behance

Brand Manual and Identity Template – Corporate Design Brochure – with real text!Minimal and Professional Brand Manual and Identity Brochure template for creative businesses, created in Adobe InDesign in International DIN and US Letter size.

LEX WILSON ~ Anamorphic illustration: Two sides to every story | An A4 piece of card is folded to create 4 faces on one plane, and 4 faces on another. Text is broken down onto each face and on each plane, so that from 2 specific vantage points, the 4 faces align to reveal a message on each plane (lower images). When the card is opened out (top image), all faces are visible and the intersection of each plane can be seen.

Cool one and true shit ! Typography by Lex Wilson. I thought this was a clever idea that could possibly be used as a table top advertizement

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