understanding the grid system of other books

Again, another additional homework for my project studio class, this time another way to make people understand the grid system of found books and magazines, implying that there is a grid even if it doesn’t seem like it.

I didn’t want to scan my books because I don’t want to destroy their spines. So I took photos, some of them are a bit blurry, but the thumbnails should be fine, and I hope that is okay.

All books, magazines and artworks shown have their own copyrights! I do not own any of the rights, and I am not using these for commercial purposes, I am not distributing them, and I will not upload any of the original scans (in this case, photos) anywhere.


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