I tried to embody the ghastliness of the theme in the choice of type. Workhorse NaN Tragedy (then named TXT25) takes explicit inspiration from the tragic and the occult, while Zangezi comes with a death related offer: it can be used without cost when applied on gravestones. The tightly set Gloubi on the cover echoes a ghostbuster phantom, ready to digest the reader.
The catalog has two distinct sections. The introduction, with process images, is printed on Holmen TRND 80g/m² (a pulpy, paperback-like stock) and set with NaN Tragedy. The second part documents the exhibition. This part is printed on Tom&Otto Silk 170g/m², a super glossy magazine stock, and here, Armand Grotesk is used for text. The spine, not pictured, uses Eckmannpsych.