For my senior thesis I created a book about theoretical physics, the science of defining the nature of time and space. While many people find the subject interesting, the field’s language and its complex underlying mathematics can be intimidating. The copy was kept to a minimum, with a focus on descriptive visuals.
The illustrations introduce basic topics relating to modern theoretical physics and while they’re simple and friendly, there’s maintain enough complexity to accurately describe these concepts in an introductory capacity. The book was hand bound with a hardcover.
The book was complemented by a motion piece.