manifesto book

I wrote a manifesto at the beginning of the final year to discover what graphic design means to me and to learn what area of the industry I want to work in. My manifesto uses pizza leaflets as a metaphor for the busy, crowded and garish coloured graphics that I dislike. This made me realise what graphics I like and what I want to do. Clean, ordered and structured design through layout and editorial work.

To show this type of design I put the manifesto in the form of a book. The book has a list of guidelines and rules to show and teach others how to produce good clean design.

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