Museum on Exactitude: Life of Punk

This project revolved around an interpretation of Jorge Luis Borges’ “On Exactitude in Science”. Here, I compared the rise and fall of the science of cartography to the explosive rise of the punk rock movement and its subsequent selling out/gentrification. The final object was printed on bond paper and assembled to look like a stapled zine.

Spreads from the ‘zine’. I especially enjoyed making the Sex Pistols baby bodysuit a metaphor for the tattered remains of Borges’ Empire in the last spread.