Dave Heath's A Dialogue with Solitude is one of the most sought after photography books of all time. Originally published in 1965, the landmark book showcases Heath's street photography from 1950s' New York—they're eye-opening, intense and absorbing.
For my redesigned cover for A Dialogue with Solitude, I wanted to step away from the computer
and make something tactile, with my own hands, to echo the very real nature of his photographs.
My design was about trapping something and letting it out, the same way Heath does in his photos.
Who would of thought plaster mix and wall insulation could be used in a design.​​​​​​​
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