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Kelly Chen (F, 35)
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    CLEAR: The Book
    WELL, THIS SUCKS: my camera at home died on me, and thus I couldn't photograph ANY shots of the actual, physical book prior to turning it in. Grreeaat...

    Alternatively, I'm providing images of the way the book itself was laid out in InDesign CS2. I apologize for this inconvenience, but if you bear with me I WILL update this entry again in the future once I get the book back and have a working camera.

    All the images may look disjointed here, but they are actually 11x17" printouts folded at the center to become 8x8" pages. Once pieced together the 8x8" spreads complete the broken images (the cover is exempt from this). The concept of the book was born out an idea to market the brand and identity of the CLEAR healing spa. Instead of being text-heavy, the group opted to go more with visuals representative of each chakra color, followed by information regarding the color's healing properties and its respective tonal sound. By doing this we invited the viewer to explore the contents of the book without having to stop constantly to read all the text.


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    COLOPHON


    Fri, Jun 22, 2007  Permanent link

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