O L G A . K O M I N E K


1.Print
Typography & Layout
  1. Tour de France 1907–2003
  2. Doping Booklet
  3. Interview
  4. TDF Broadsheet
  5. Turner.Works Print Materials
  6. The Deadline


2.Identity
Visual Identites for Cultural Events
  1. Odrzućmy Maski Zła
  2. International Piano Competition
  3. Życie Jest Snem


3.Creative Response
In relation to works on philosophy & language
  1. Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
  2. In Search for Übermensch



About —
Info
  1. Graphic Designer currently based in London, Glasgow School of Art Graduate with BA in Communication Design. With interest focused on typography and layout design for editorial, book design and other printed formats, my practice aims to deliver structured layout ideas, and manage large quantities of text and visual content in a way that refelcts the values and objectives of the project.

Mark







Tractatus Logico–Philosophicus
Creative Response, Typograpy


The project is a graphic interpretation of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s influential work on language and communication. The way Wittgenstein’s work is written forms a system of declarative statements. By focusing on the structure of the text (use of decimal figures indicating the logical importance of each proposition), I produced a diagram in a form of a horizontal scroll,mapping all the numbers of the propositions. It was later used as a guide to design a layout system for a book – each decimal is given a separate column to follow vertically through the book. The work aims to offer a fresh look on Wittgenstein’s philosophy and present the complexity of language as a structured system of communication.