From the body to dust
The author makes an immersion in the life of the Kaiowá and Guarani indians of Mato Grosso do Sul state of Brazil, where they are constantly murdered by land disputes. This book tries to unravel how they create meaning for their lives in this context of extreme violence. This barbarism suffered by the indians makes influence on the graphic design behaviour. The letters of the title are hardly formed on the cover by geometric fragments covering an image of a indian child presenting himself with ornamentes of both from indigenous and white culture. The large amount of pictures are displayed in the book under black frames, being rotated in the page to better fit the available space.
16 × 23 cm