'Hypertext in the analog context of the book' consist of a flag-book structure that explores how a print-based book can also embody the essence of what a hypertext is — emphasizing hypertextual elements such as fragmentation, multiple pathways, and intertextuality in a material, non-electronic form.

Final project for MA Graphic Design 2010, LCC (London). 

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