Printed on Tabloid
This project is related to The Frame Space, which explores the way of seeing documents. Most of the time, the essays are written on the A4 paper ratio, which is the dominant documentation representation. However, in this project, my essay and evidence of work are displayed in the tabloid ratio with newspaper style. Aimed at how our reading perception can be changed depending on the frame ratio.
Each page shows a different layout. However, all come together to become a Frame. The frame and paper relationship starts with historical events. The page itself guides the reader's eyes and divides each information into one. Furthermore, the tabloid ratio dominates entire pages due to the regularity of the size.