Non-graphic Graphic Design

2011-06-09

If you tell me, it’s an essay. If you show me, it’s a story. That’s what Barbara Green said. Whether Sasha Darling, author of Cowboy Junkies, heard of this is not certain. But her piece surely deserves a mention from us.

Already engaging on its own, Sasha’s story was made even better with the help of Chloe Fleury, a graphic designer. But accompanying the text of the article published on the Bold Italic are illustrations that break away from the graphic (read: computer-aided) norm. And delightfully so. Look at how analogue they are:

Photos via the Bold Italic

In my opinion, these quaint paper drawings unfolded the story as much as the words did.

Read Cowboy Junkies and tell me I’m wrong.

written by sleepswimming on 2011-06-09 #news #lomography #news #graphic-design #craft #the-bold-italic #chloe-fleury #sasha-darling #paper-drawings

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