László Krasznahorkai: Chasing Homer Damir Gamulin
The novel by L. Krasznahorkai is atypical travelogue along the Adriatic coast. The book includes a response from the painter M. Neumann on the manuscript, and next to it, the musician E. Keszler responded to it as well. Variety of media languages required a subtle design strategy. Rooted in the content, sentence structure and rhythm, the design uses a graphic editing methods. Text flows vertically without margins in order to communicate a continuity of travel, with a narrowing uses to indicate new starts. Rhythm serves as the design basis, one that uses voids to support a clearing of thoughts between sections, or completely avoid voids to connect the content of various sections into a whole.
Multimedia Institute, Zagreb