A crypted book;an analogy of the deep webin a printed matter
At first, CodeCode is a regular book about cryptology’s history and techniques.
On a second reading we discover different crypted messages hidden in the book, linked with one another.
The messages are concealed thanks to different techniques such as uv ink, encrypted braille, morse code.
In the way of the Deep Web, that hides behind the regular internet, Codecode is questioning the legitimacy of the paper print in an ‘all digital’ era, showing that it is possible to apply some of the principles of new technologies to a printed medium.
Project made in 2015
Made during my Erasmus exchange at Penninghen, Paris
Services: Book Design, Print, Art Direction
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