- Pawewa is a design exploration of the most difficult images to capture – dreams. The book features a variety of forms and moods, represented in an abundance of graphic studies and typographic styles.
Created as an assignment for Miami Ad School's Typography Class, the book required four chapters on the topics of photography, typesetting, (a)symmetry, and carte blanche.
The term "Pawewa" has its origins in the Indigenous languages of the native cultures of North, Middle, and South America, and stands for "visionary", or "he who dreams".
24.5 x 32.5 cm
Printed in full-color