A zine about how people experience color in public places.
︎ About This Project
Color theory is a zine I made for a publication class as a design student. The assignment was to make a project that explained information through graphics instead of long paragraphs. The zine shows a library patron’s journey through the different common spaces of the 53rd street New York Public Library, as well as how the colors of each room influence their mood and nervous system. Because the writing in the zine is so analytical, I thought it would be fun to imagine the narrator as a software. To get this idea across, pop-up windows, and icons from Mac’s Classic OS are used to hold text, color tables, and photographs.