From the Earth to the Moon
Contemporary reissue of Jules Verne’s “From the Earth to the Moon“.
A NASA picture on the lunar surface was the starting point for a layout that evolved over the course of the reading.
Scientific photography, defined by the grid perceptible on the images, makes it possible to place markers in order to know the proportions of the photographed subject and its distance from the lens. The more the reader advances in the narrative, the more she moves away from the earth to get closer to the moon. The body of the text decreases as the grid increases.