Our proposal was to construct a classical 6 column grid layout populated by strong and clean typography. We played with this grid by breaking it up by playful text columns and small, various sized images. We used contrasting typography using, namely Georgia and Brandon Text, to build hierarchy within the copy. And finally, Muk went for die-cut windows on the front and back covers that reveal the inside of the book while mimicking the voyeuristic desire that drones imply. With this approach, by taking a step back with design and letting art take the centre stage, we aimed for simplicity that strengthened the collaboration.