A Cold Moodboard

Something that struck me while reading the manuscript is how much space is mentioned as if it’s here on Earth, but I actually found some images that really prove that’s the case in Iceland. A lot of it has that intense, sharp and globe foreboding feel we were talking about to, so I wanted to share some of my finds.

Image found on Pinterest. Link: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/10414642875647959/
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Image found on Pinterest. Link: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/457748749618474926/

As far as book design goes, I found a few things that give me a sense of survival or detachment with a minimalist look. Of course, not all of these fit exactly what I think the book should look like, but it sparked a few ideas.

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1 thought on “A Cold Moodboard”

  1. Yeah, I also got caught into the ideas of space in the poems.
    A adventure/travel looking book like the brown leather picture you have may be a really cool way to show the survival in such a hard space.
    But also maybe we could play with either page or font size to also pull that idea in?

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