The Times of Our Lives

This book was produced to house research concerning the establishment and eventual collapse of standardized time. It details the design of time-keeping spanning from the dawn of civilization, through the Industrial Revolution and into hypothetical time-keeping systems of the distant future.

Aesthetically it borrows from my previously produced copy of The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View From the Future, due to their shared role in a canon of documents predicting speculative futures. It adopts the same semi-translucent vellum cover, and lo-fi means of printing and production. The book is paired with a collection of loose–paper illustrations and sketches featured within the book. Authored and self published by myself, with additional guidance and input from Anastasiia Raina and Chris Woebken.

4.25 x 7 ̋

Edition of 10