World Problem Solution Book is a diary, but not in the traditional sense. Produced over two years, the book is a visualisation of sporadic moments, conversations and memories penned by illustrator Chris Harnan. “It’s a representation of a period of time in my life, for sure,” he tells It’s Nice That, “but one that has been bastardised and spoilt through re-evaluating the events again and again.”
Printed on four-colour Risograph and with 176 pages, the drawings in World Problem Solution Book which was published by Studio Operative, vary in style though are distinctly Chris’. The book features the same characters, made of computer-generated straight lines which were very much his focus last time we spoke to him. World Problem Solution Book, however, juxtaposes these with much more organic line work, the result of various drawing techniques.
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