“In this poster series I explored the possibilities of displaying locations by focusing on portraying mountains. As the locality of places in general is defined by their relation to other objects in their surroundings, I decided to focus not on the mountain itself, but on its surroundings in order to find a visual identity.
I discovered that the horizon line, which you can see from the top of each mountain, is always a unique one. This means that these lines are visual fingerprints of each place. Every horizon line you can see is therefore always a codification of your point of view.” — David Gobber