Brynjar Sigurðarson, 2015
1  book
4096  image combinations
37  strange but true anecdotes
2  discussions with anthropologist Tim Ingold
1  foreword by Li Edelkoort
1  vinyl
27  minutes of terrific stories and sounds

This book presents the work by designer Brynjar Sigurðarson. It is built without any pre-made categories and without any chronology. Photographs, projects made during studies and manufactured objects are juxtaposed without classification. This well-conscious disorder is accentuated by the presence of an horizontal perforation which crosses the entire publication. Pages can be torn in two. Thus, the disorder is amplified. Images and textes combine randomly, forming a multitude of collages of images and texts. This cut resonates with the inclination of the designer to combine different materials to create an object: wood, metal, fur, feather, rope… We can add to this, the presence of the vinyl disc with real and unreal stories narrated by Brynjar Sigurðarson that completes this imaginary landscape.

client: Sophie Krier
publisher: Onomatopee, Eindhoven
technique: offset printing, perforation, vinyl disc
format: 307 × 315 mm
pages: 62
edition of 800