“Vaughan Oliver: Visceral Pleasures” is an edited interview by Guy Anglade published July 26, 2010 on www.printmag.com. While keeping true to the original interview format, I converted Guy’s article into a book that exhibits Vaughan Oliver’s work with various typographic solutions. For this project I wanted to reflect Oliver’s own design philosophies while integrating a modern interpretation. By experimenting with materials, my goal was to capture the ominous atmosphere that Oliver is known for and represent his work in a new light.​​​​​​​
The front cover with a semi-transparent mylar dust jacket. The title is blurred by the frosted mylar and the image overlay.
The front cover with the dust jacket removed revealing the undistorted title.
Blurb about Vaughan Oliver on the front inner flap of the dust jacket.
The interior of the book is printed on Dur-O-Tone Butcher Off White by French Paper Co.
The binding is a combination of Tyler School of Art’s signature bind and traditional.
The pull quotes are printed on mylar and overlay Oliver’s design work.
Detail of the pagination and stitching of the bind.
BFA undergraduate project at Tyler School of Art
Design by Melissa Cronk
Art Direction by Kelly Holohan
Copywriting by Guy Anglade
Album art and images by Vaughan Oliver