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    Fotos por: Karen Raquel
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  • Ocean Gypsy 69 posted a photo:

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  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_64

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ COVER:
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_84

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ STORY:
    7. “ ... when the chief looked away he turned back into Raven and
    flew back through the hole in the sky, bringing the Sun to our world. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_19

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London

    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________ COVER:
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.
    .
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.
    _________ STORY:
    1. “ Once the sky had no day.
    When the sky was clear there was some light from the stars but when it was cloudy it was very dark. Raven had put fish in the rivers and fruit trees in the land but he was saddened by the darkness. ”
    2. “ The Sun at that time
    was kept in a box by a chief in the sky. ”
    3. “ The Raven came to a hole in the sky and went through. He came to a spring where the chief’s daughter would fetch water. He changed himself into a cedar seed and floated on the water. ”
    4. “ When the girl drank from spring she swallowed the seed without noticing and ... ”
    5. “ ... became pregnant. ”
    6. “ A boy child was born which was really Raven.
    As a toddler he begged to play with the yellow ball that grandfather kept in a box. He was allowed to play with the Sun and ... ”
    7. “ ... when the chief looked away he turned back into Raven and
    flew back through the hole in the sky, bringing the Sun to our world. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_59

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ COVER:
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_37

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London

    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________ COVER:
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.
    .
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.
    _________ STORY:
    1. “ Once the sky had no day.
    When the sky was clear there was some light from the stars but when it was cloudy it was very dark. Raven had put fish in the rivers and fruit trees in the land but he was saddened by the darkness. ”
    2. “ The Sun at that time
    was kept in a box by a chief in the sky. ”
    3. “ The Raven came to a hole in the sky and went through. He came to a spring where the chief’s daughter would fetch water. He changed himself into a cedar seed and floated on the water. ”
    4. “ When the girl drank from spring she swallowed the seed without noticing and ... ”
    5. “ ... became pregnant. ”
    6. “ A boy child was born which was really Raven.
    As a toddler he begged to play with the yellow ball that grandfather kept in a box. He was allowed to play with the Sun and ... ”
    7. “ ... when the chief looked away he turned back into Raven and
    flew back through the hole in the sky, bringing the Sun to our world. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_07

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London

    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________ COVER:
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.
    .
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.
    _________ STORY:
    1. “ Once the sky had no day.
    When the sky was clear there was some light from the stars but when it was cloudy it was very dark. Raven had put fish in the rivers and fruit trees in the land but he was saddened by the darkness. ”
    2. “ The Sun at that time
    was kept in a box by a chief in the sky. ”
    3. “ The Raven came to a hole in the sky and went through. He came to a spring where the chief’s daughter would fetch water. He changed himself into a cedar seed and floated on the water. ”
    4. “ When the girl drank from spring she swallowed the seed without noticing and ... ”
    5. “ ... became pregnant. ”
    6. “ A boy child was born which was really Raven.
    As a toddler he begged to play with the yellow ball that grandfather kept in a box. He was allowed to play with the Sun and ... ”
    7. “ ... when the chief looked away he turned back into Raven and
    flew back through the hole in the sky, bringing the Sun to our world. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_92

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ COVER:
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_34

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London

    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________ COVER:
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.
    .
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.
    _________ STORY:
    1. “ Once the sky had no day.
    When the sky was clear there was some light from the stars but when it was cloudy it was very dark. Raven had put fish in the rivers and fruit trees in the land but he was saddened by the darkness. ”
    2. “ The Sun at that time
    was kept in a box by a chief in the sky. ”
    3. “ The Raven came to a hole in the sky and went through. He came to a spring where the chief’s daughter would fetch water. He changed himself into a cedar seed and floated on the water. ”
    4. “ When the girl drank from spring she swallowed the seed without noticing and ... ”
    5. “ ... became pregnant. ”
    6. “ A boy child was born which was really Raven.
    As a toddler he begged to play with the yellow ball that grandfather kept in a box. He was allowed to play with the Sun and ... ”
    7. “ ... when the chief looked away he turned back into Raven and
    flew back through the hole in the sky, bringing the Sun to our world. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_62

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ COVER:
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_77

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ STORY:
    3. “ The Raven came to a hole in the sky and went through. He came to a spring where the chief’s daughter would fetch water. He changed himself into a cedar seed and floated on the water. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_81

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ STORY:
    5. “ ... became pregnant. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_95

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ COVER:
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_87

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ COVER:
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_99

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London
    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________________
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.

    _________ COVER:
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_22

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London

    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________ COVER:
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.
    .
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.
    _________ STORY:
    1. “ Once the sky had no day.
    When the sky was clear there was some light from the stars but when it was cloudy it was very dark. Raven had put fish in the rivers and fruit trees in the land but he was saddened by the darkness. ”
    2. “ The Sun at that time
    was kept in a box by a chief in the sky. ”
    3. “ The Raven came to a hole in the sky and went through. He came to a spring where the chief’s daughter would fetch water. He changed himself into a cedar seed and floated on the water. ”
    4. “ When the girl drank from spring she swallowed the seed without noticing and ... ”
    5. “ ... became pregnant. ”
    6. “ A boy child was born which was really Raven.
    As a toddler he begged to play with the yellow ball that grandfather kept in a box. He was allowed to play with the Sun and ... ”
    7. “ ... when the chief looked away he turned back into Raven and
    flew back through the hole in the sky, bringing the Sun to our world. ”

  • NicoletaFaina posted a photo:

    White Book_Nicoleta Faina_18

    Student: Nicoleta Faina
    Erasmus Exchange
    from UAL: University of the Arts London

    University: Hochschule Augsburg
    Programme: Communication Design, 4th Semester
    Subject: Experimental Book Design Project
    Project: Remix - the book as an object
    Book: WHITE
    Professor Coordinator: Simone Hueetlin
    ________________
    Folklore Story: “ Raven and The Sun ”
    Source: Legend courtesy of Starlore of Native America,
    assembled by Brad Snowder
    Tribe: Tsimshian
    Region: Northwest
    _________ COVER:
    The book is ruled by equilibrium.
    Without opening it one may get a hint of what it is about or at least increase his curiosity.
    The interesting factor about it is how one will perceive this story in a different way than it was originally told
    = similarity to oral folklore/legend story telling.
    .
    Front: There are 12 (different intensity & concentration) suns.
    = the number of months in one year.
    Back: There are 13 (stages of the) moons.
    = the number of full moons in one year.
    _________ STORY:
    1. “ Once the sky had no day.
    When the sky was clear there was some light from the stars but when it was cloudy it was very dark. Raven had put fish in the rivers and fruit trees in the land but he was saddened by the darkness. ”
    2. “ The Sun at that time
    was kept in a box by a chief in the sky. ”
    3. “ The Raven came to a hole in the sky and went through. He came to a spring where the chief’s daughter would fetch water. He changed himself into a cedar seed and floated on the water. ”
    4. “ When the girl drank from spring she swallowed the seed without noticing and ... ”
    5. “ ... became pregnant. ”
    6. “ A boy child was born which was really Raven.
    As a toddler he begged to play with the yellow ball that grandfather kept in a box. He was allowed to play with the Sun and ... ”
    7. “ ... when the chief looked away he turned back into Raven and
    flew back through the hole in the sky, bringing the Sun to our world. ”