A monochromatic publication that brings together a series of texts written and designed by graphic designer Maziyar Pahlevan. Educated in Iran and the Hague before obtaining his MFA from Yale, Pahlevan’s work explores language, psychology, linguistics, letterforms, as well as free association. A dozen discrete pieces merge the political and the personal, balancing type play, drawn marks, and visually poetic constructions.
Published by Draw Down, 2017. First edition.
16 pages, black and white digital printing, saddle-stitch binding, 8.5 × 11 inches