We often trust our ideas and notions of the world as though we're seeing it perfectly. And yet, despite how sure we feel about what is right, wrong, or what is, we'll find that our conceptions are vastly different from those of other people.
I designed and bound this book to convey this concept. The partial, fragmented print on each spread serves as a visual metaphor for the ways in which we crop and filter our ideas of the truth. This is twenty accounts of twenty people with 'perfect vision.'
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