Interstellar Atlas
Illustrated sci-fi book about a scientist and his first hundred and forty discovered planets.
Science fiction story concerning the invention by a scientist of a new tool that allows us to observe the sky in a much more accurate way and the consequent discovery of the first hundred and forty new and mysterious planets. The book is structured like a logbook, where every single planet has specific coordinates and characteristics. The purpose of the book is to stimulate the imagination and understanding of the vastness of the universe. The planets were illustrated by a custom software that automatically generates new (and probably existing) versions.

Format: 13,5 x 19,5 cm
Pages: 300
Paper: Cyclus Offset 140 gr/mq and Matte coated 170 gr/mq

ISIA Urbino, 2017
MA in Communication and Design for Publishing
Supervised by Chiara Carrer