Tim

Reuser

 

During the process of composing my portfolio, I came up with the idea of making the cover a project on itself. I wanted the cover to represent my values as a designer. This has translated into experimenting with ways for wrinkling sections of the paper cover. Since wrinkling is one of the most annoying and least wanted qualities of paper, I have chosen for the challenge to transform the wrinkles into an added aesthetic value. By constraining the wrinkles to a certain area, the wrinkles highlight the contrast between the flat paper and the wrinkled square insert. This approach reflects very much on how I engage on a design process.

Hardcover portfolio