Design: Cover Book
Client: The PAN Institute Of Literary Research Publishing House
Technique: Photoshop, Illustrator
The assumption of this project was to create a cover of a book discussing the subject of extermination in concentration camps during the II World War. The use of a simple concept and the maximum simplification of form have strengthened the power of communication. The use of simple graphics means: a striped piece, damaged, dirty paper and machine typography, refer to the content of the book. It symbolizes that death in concentration camps was reduced to something common, inevitable and almost ordinary – just like breathing.