“School assignment in which I was asked to make a design that took basis in proportional systems related to the human being. Fibonacci’s golden proportions and grid systems were some of the inspirations we were given.
I chose to design a one-piece book, making it possible to read it in several different ways - to also make this necessary I designed an underlying grid that allowed text and images to “cut” spreads. This meant that you have to use the books “proportions” to read it properly.
I chose space exploration as the content since it related well to what I did, exploring space and compositions and how they related to the proportions of the media and the grid-system.”
This work from 2010 realized by the danish graphic designer Kasper Pyndt is amazing. The use of a “one-piece book” is very smart mainly when it’s linked to this kind of layout. Furthermore, this innovative support brings out a great atmosphere which makes us travel around the universe thanks to the photos and the composition.