(Mis)Readings: Design Project Tackles Information Overwhelm

(Mis)Readings: Design Project Tackles Information Overwhelm
technology

Designer Mimi O. Chun is attempting to document everything she reads by removing the books or magazines' colors and images.

Naresh Kumar
  • 22 april 2010

Designer Mimi O. Chun of New York has launched her personal project, (Mis)Readings, through which she aims to document the books and magazines she has read by removing the colors and images from each page as she reads it. What’s left are white pages with black text in original typeface and layout and empty spaces where once there were images, all bearing testimony that they have been read.

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