• Patterns
     
     
     
     
    A visual and graphic reading of a narration through patterns.
     
  • In graphic art, design, painting or fashion, a pattern is a shape of forms,
    colors that are repeted regulary.
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    Seven recurrent feelings were picked up
    from the book Las Vegas Parano
    written by Hunter S. Thompson in 1971.
     
    Paranoia, hallucinations, violence, silence, madness, noise and fear.
     
    Starting from a grid, a color and a pattern come to a feeling.
     
    Green Pantone 802U > Paranoia
    Turquoise > Hallucinations
    Red > Violence
    Selected varnish > Silence
    Orange Pantone 804U > Madness
    Grey Pantone 548C > Noise
    Purple > Fear
     
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    These patterns were silkscreened on the original book, translating its rythm throughout the tale.
    A second volume, blank, was created to strengthen the idea of evolution
    and let patterns express by themselves.
     
  • Vol. 1
  • Vol. 2
  • The silence, paradoxically, very loud, is represented by a block of paper lightely spangled
    and silkscreened in selected varnish.
     
  • Thinking the book also as an object, the edge was silkscreened with a quadricolor gradation. 
     
    In this way, the edge plays the role of the back cover of a book, like a summa.