Daily Pocket Book


Newsprint and paper, letterpressed and blind debossed held as an image on a smart phone.

With the advent of the industrial revolution, the Pocket Book became a common object in which individuals recorded their personal reflections, accounts and daily concerns.

The evolution of this form into its contemporary conterpart is portrayed in unbound pages that are letterpressed and debossed and held as images on a smart phone.

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