"Planned coincidence" (in Hebrew: ״מקריות מתוכננת״) is a collection of cultural-philosophical contents that deals with the subject 'Flaneurism'. This collection seeks to expand our observation, about the beauty of the simple things that looks as non-art, such as the aesthetics of the daily routine, the streets, and walking without purpose. The book illuminate the formality of geographical spaces.
For me, the beauty of Flaneurism comes from its contrast. Flaneurism offers random moves, within a planned space, with rules and symmetrical lines. I chose to use this contrast as a main concept. Each chapter in the collection was given a different grid, designed according to the different types of content and the way the content attacks the central theme. Done as part of complex typography studio, third year of studies.
Format: 27X21 cm
120 pages
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