The publication was conceptualized with the objective of reflecting the spirit and philosophy of the artist’s work. All 300 of the limited edition copies were individually sprayed and formed by hand for the cover, emulating the texture of Iskandar’s ceramic work. It was created with the notion of perfect imperfection, which are seen in some of his art pieces. The papers used varied page to page, forming a visual rhythm when viewing his preliminary sketches to photographic shots of his masterpieces.
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