Nobody minds death when there is enough space, 
it’s integrated in the landscape, it’s a wrinkle.

This 130 pages book is about a journey through Mongolia by photographer Ilan Weiss. The book is made in a way that it displays an ongoing horizon of the various landscapes of the travel. The images have an infinite feeling being printed over the edges and on the inside of the French fold. The cover is an unfold-able image-wrap showing the crossing point where the journey comes together and where it continues to go in different ways again.

Self-initiated with the help of Werkplaats Typografie and KASK, Ghent
Photographer: Ilan Weiss
Text: Yael Weiss
Materials: Book
Format: 210 x 273 mm
Year: 2018 and 2019