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Ulysses and I: Joyce as a catalyst for graphic practice

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This article will focus on elements of my graphic design practice that consider how text can inspire, be used with and act as imagery. I discuss my master’s project, an investigation into a reader’s response to text and a traditional graphic application of that research. This second project was made in collaboration with Joseph Haigh, a fellow student at Manchester Metropolitan University whose research is concerned with typographic landscapes. I consider how my haptic perception of the book has influenced this later work and how it continues to inspire my recent image-based responses.
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Keywords: James Joyce; Ulysses; book design; graphic design; literature; reader-response

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Manchester Metropolitan University

Publication date: March 1, 2018

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