Lone Wolf

Melbourne Art Book Fair | RMIT Communication Design Stall | National Gallery of Victoria | 29 April – 1 May 2016

 

 

Introduction spread

Page spreads use floating captions and page numbers to create a playful sense on unease.

Page spreads use floating captions and page numbers to create a playful sense on unease.

Traditional book layout grids are ignored and images sneak off the page.

Traditional book layout grids are ignored and images sneak off the page.

To view full project as PDF Lone Wolf
Project brief

This project is an exercise in publication design, editing and meaning-making. Archive material from the State Library of Victoria was used to create a collection of images with visual and conceptual links. This publication is titled ‘Lone Wolf’ and was invited to exhibit at the Melbourne Art Book Fair at the National Gallery of Victoria.

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