Skewed Pages

Art Direction, Publication

“Skewed Pages” is a publication that explores and addresses the framing theory in headlines and to understand the effects of framing and its’ importance. Skewed Pages represents the distorted and imbalanced information we see on the daily as they are all being filtered through their individual media frames. To be able to receive the most objective information, one has to read the both sides of a story, and eentually receive the most objective truth.

The form of the publication forces the book to stand out when aligned with other books, in a bookshelf, a reminder to keep this important theory in mind at all times when consuming news.

Poster reinforces the idea of seeing of both sides, where in order to get the most objective information, one must see from both sides, hence flipping the poster to reveal the other information.