What does Point, Line and Plane mean to me? In many ways, I see it as a journey, whether it be in the mind, with the eye or with the whole body. The captured archive of that journey can be described with the point, line and plane. Everything starts at a point, leaves it, arrives at another point, and that journey between the two points is either a line or a plane. The difference between a line and a plane is that a plane has a surface. The whole surface in which you travel, including all those lines, is also the plane.
What I like about the design of this book and why I think it represents point, line and plan, is that it’s main graphic is made up of points that make lines. And the entire plane of that surface resembles a wafer both symbolically and figuratively.
I have to remember victionary.com…because I have to get this book and peruse others that are published here.
It makes me also think about my obsession with food and cookbooks. I love the idea of doing recipes in a more unique way (like on good.is)