Home is a typographic project consisting of two alternative book layouts that explore the personal, intimate, and reflective space that the laptop creates for its users. Inspired by the history of the personal computer and internet, I sought to create layouts that evoked memories of the digital screen, including its pixels, hyperlinks, and code. The layouts include a six-page fold-out brochure, and a 20-page accordion booklet.

Excerpts:
"A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace" by John Perry Barlow

"As We May Think" by Vannevar Bush for The Atlantic
"Computers without Constraints" by Steven Pinker for CNN

Fold-Out Brochure:
Accordion Booklet:

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