'It Will Surely Be a Good Weather Tomorrow' brings the reader to a unique island, where nature, stones and concrete dominate. A close relationship evolved into an intriguing journey to end up as a visual story.
To be connected to someone and to travel together is like reading the same story twice, in two different ways. To present such story in a book is like reading it in multiple ways - every reader is a new interpretation.
The book is divided in two parts. Any page can be the beginning or the end. By interaction the reader makes his/her own journey through the visual representation of someone's memory.
The book reflects how two different people remember the same experience, but not only. It also reflects a relationship itself. Similar to a relationship, the story in the book is not fixed. It fluctuates and changes.
Number of pages: 36+36
Size: 13,3 cm x 16,5 cm
Edition size: 20
Binding: handsewed french link stitch with open spine
All handmade, signed & numbered