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The Holocaust

Contributed by Vitor Carvalho on Jan 6th, 2018. Artwork published in .
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    A type-only pocket-sized paperback book made from a Wikipedia article and designed by articulating ideas of heaviness and voidness.

    A series of typographic devices were used to keep the body of text as heavy as possible while maintaining a degree of readability. Quotations inside the text were treated like fading memories and the introduction to each of the chapters fall into the gutter in order to create a slight feel of discomfort.

    4¼ × 6.88″, 136 pages printed and perfect bound at Lulu.com

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