Sonder is the realization that everyone lives their own individual unique life, one which you might never be a part of. On a morning train ride you will see many people, all of which are living different lives, going different places but all choosing the same path to get there. This editorial will create the feeling of realization that at the same moment you are living your life, over seven billion people are also living their own unique life. Through the choice of paper to the binding this will reflect the realization that there are many lives that are taking place all at the same time. The editorial is composed of many non-fiction short stories, these stories have no contextual meaning to one another, but through all being experienced by humans are in essence still connected.
Decay is seen within the world, everything from the moment it is created is in the process of decay. It can be accelerated or decelerated by external factors. Many fear their own decay, others find peace within it. Through the form and the content this editorial will relay different forms of decay. The content pertains to the abstract and literal forms of decay, both in the factors that accelerate and the process of. The form takes on the literal decay, where over time this editorial is built to decay, having the binding a material that eventually fall apart. The pages within have a gradual decay within the content, with the hierarchy breaking that and having their own, rapid decay. The paper, newsprint, shows the fragility of the world around us. All these characteristics hold true to my object of choice, a cigarette, which accelerates the decay of both the human body and through usage decays itself.
Collected 256 images that inspire me, then to sorted those images into groups, and then created a series of zines from those images. I broke up each category into their own zine, making from that a collection of 5 zines.
Tells the history of the scanner, explains how to create scanner art, and shows its use within the creation of zines. The zine itself, is composed of scanned in images, that were either found or printed specifically for this and in turn re-digitalized through the process of scanning