After David Bowie had passed away, a professor passed along an interview which had been published in The New York Times years ago. It mainly focused on Bowie's deep love and knowledge of art.

In an exercise in type-setting, I laid out the interview in two different ways, examining how each subtle manipulation of layout changed how I read or felt about the interview. I bound the booklets and made a wooden box with a sliding lid to hold them. A quiet ode to memory and the brief, but precious nature of life.

7"x4", paper, waxed thread, sapphire, cherry wood