Utilising postage stamps as the concept to be communicated, the form of this book looks to harness all of the synonymies of philately and stamp production in order to coherently express the full extent, and intimate beauty, of postage stamp design and creation. Regularly presented in books as a scaled up and out of context image, Philatelic Lexicon explores the idea of representing information in its purest form. Employing technicalities and production methods unveiled through research, each of the eight included stamps are represented under a number of categories through a frequent interchange of stock, specialist materials and paper manipulation.
A collation of the research, experimentation and design behind the publication, Philatelic Lexicon.
An editorial that leads to help better understand the traditions of folk subcultures, through contemporary adoptions across art and design. Offering insight into the experience, meaning and history of such ritualistic spectacles through the collation of an assemblage of neglected traditions.
A collation of the research, experimentation and design behind the publication, Apotrope.