A project that was done for a class at Maine College of Art. We had to create a book with story contributions from our classmates, designed however we wanted to. A lot of the stories were really heartfelt and serious, and mine was about Horatio Caine. The whole project was extremely tongue-in-cheek for me, not because I was not negative about it or anything, but just because that was how I wanted to approach it. So all of the materials for it have an attitude to them. That really inspired the extremely long, extremely tongue-firmly-in-cheek title of the book, BOOK: it's like a movie but with words that you have to read.
Teaser poster for the book, according to project rules, in black and white and 48x36in in size. I probably even still have it.
Cover to BOOK: it's like a movie but with words that you have to read
Each story had the author's signature along with a layout designed for that story. Sometimes it was a picture, sometimes it was a specially designed title.
The back cover.
Poster for BOOK: it's like a movie but with words that you have to read that was included in my thesis show.