For this assignment, I first took over 300 abstract photographs framing basic design principles (color, rhythm, use of negative space, etc). The class was required to use nothing more powerful than a cell-phone camera, limiting us to finding visual relationships that would be obvious and aesthetically pleasing even in low resolutions.
After collecting the photographs, sequencing them into book layouts that capitalized on their emergent patterns was an extremely enjoyable and instinctive process. The captions display the locations, dates, and times at which each of the pictures was taken.
Created for Anther Kiley's Form and Communication studio, 2013.