The Spark that Lit the World on Terror
The Spark that Lit the World on Terror is a critical and speculative publication project examining U.S.–Middle East relations since the Cold War. Utilizing the curation of existing material as the basis of its content and expression; mainly news and journalist articles, political essays, interviews, and other data of socio-political importance in regards to U.S.–Middle East geo-political power structures. 

The publication examines the conditions and effects of American and Israeli political and military interventions in Lebanon. Beginning in the 1980s, it tracks decades of political conflict; the Lebanese Civil War, and the subsequent rise of modern terror tactics. 

Keeping in line with it's activist and community-building values, the publication is meant to be reproducible and redistributable and is therefore printed entirely in black and white.
Softcover
120x170mm
135pp
Casebound
Keaykolour Parchment 90gsm
Kaskad Rosella Red 100gsm
Note: This project was completed as part of my MA Communication Design thesis at RMIT University.
It was produced entirely for academic purposes, and is not for sale.​​​​​​​

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The Spark that Lit the World on Terror

The Spark that Lit the World on Terror is a speculative publication project examining  US–Middle Eastern relations since the Cold War. Utilizing Read More
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