The meaning of a sign comes only from its relationship to other signs in a system. This principle is the basis of structuralism, which focuses on patterns or structures that generate meaning rather than on the content of a given code or custom. This publication is based on a rubik's cube and is a metaphor for language. It conveys the idea of language as a communicative code which is manipulated by us (the addresser) in combinations, in order to get a message across.
289 pages hand cut with scalpel and ruler
Screen prints onto 300g/m2 soft white satin Somerset paper
Digital prints onto 190gsm Bockingford inkjet CP (NOT) paper
All sides spray painted with Montana water based spray paints