The Aesthetics of Process

Daniel Eatock's new monograph Imprint elicited the following comment in a review at Core77:

"For any designer struggling to find a place to start, reading Imprint should be ample proof that almost any starting point will look brilliant in retrospect, provided that enough work, practice and repetition went into the final product."

Eatock's prolific ouput includes many projects that rely upon painstaking or time-consuming processes such as allowing a complete set of Pantone markers to bleed through a stack of paper (see image).

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