If this work seems so threatening, this is because it isn't simply eccentric or strange, but competent, rigorously argued, and carrying conviction.
Deconstruction Theory first began as a literary theory proposed by Jacques Derrida. Its concept is characterised by complexity and instability. Derrida's thinking has been applied creatively to many disciplines, from architecture to art and even to some major fashion collections.
In this forty-eight page typographic journal, Hannah explores the impact of this theory. Clashing visuals paired with an unusual layout design embodies the aesthetic. She also created an original typeface using Adobe InDesign for A-Z capitals, 0-9 numbers and punctuation symbols.