- Pulp Fiction Chapter 1: Prologue
- Using the script of Pulp Fiction as the basis of my experimental book, I strived to distance myself the furthest from typographic rules by undergoing a continued creative process under a rather short lapse of time. This self-imposed stress enabled me to worry less about what was right and wrong and concentrate on doing things differently, fast, impulsively.I also asked a few of my friends to contribute by giving them either a piece of dialogue or a sentence to illustrate. The result is a book containing experiments, raw uncensored typesetting & a lot of fun accidents. Thanks to Stéphanie Aubin, Marie-Êve Guidi, Gabriel Jasmin, Simon L'Archevêque & Julie Nguyen.The book was reproduced in twelve copies which were sold and exposed at PUBLIÉ/AUTOPUBLIÉ's first edition at Gallery Yves Laroche.
- Fun fact #1: I actually went to my local McDonald's to ask for some burger wrapping paper. Each book had a different wrapper. Of course, this was a reference to the dialogue in the movie. The girl thought I was a crazy art student. Not far off.
- Fun fact #2: There was a problem with my document when I printed a proof. All the text on this spread was corrupted. First, I thought I had to change it. Then, I thought it didn't look too bad and was visually interesting. Adaptive designing, a skill that every student develops!
- A white on black screen printed insert based on the tones used during that awesome exchange between Vincent and Jules on foot massages.
Screen printed cover. I had to photocopy my designs to burn them on the screen. By chance, I found a defective photocopying machine on campus that grunged up the top part of the type. I made multiple versions of the cover. I disregarded my crop marks when trimming the covers so as to make each copy more unique.