In the city that always sleeps with one eye open, it’s important to get to know your fellow crazies. People-watching involves observing people to get a feel for the beauty and rhythm of the community around us. For some people-watchers, it’s about creativity, using the moments of watching to try and guess at another person’s story just from mere observation, and embracing the fun of what is, in effect, an amateur social science. For others it’s about understanding themselves and their own environment. You never know what fascinating, downright scary, or scarily boring people you may be surrounded by.
This book is broken up into three sections based on the varying levels of danger the characters represent. Color coordination is used throughout to distinguish and organize the sections. From binding, to illustration and copy, all aspects of this book were made specifically for this project (and for the most part, by hand).
- Client: Student Work, Pratt Institute
Date: Spring, 2011