Typographical archaeology

This edition is an uchronistic exploration of the mutations of the sign in response to climate upheaval. It imagines the repercussions of drought in India, floods in Pakistan, fires in Australia and acid rain in China on printed marks.

The signs, marked by fire, altered by acidity and weakened by water, are staged in a plastic and graphic reflection that seeks to question the vulnerability of printed traces in the face of the climate crisis.


Editorial design / Experimental