Tracing the Filipino identity in color, materiality and the haptic
Reconstructing Philippine Graphic Identity is a thesis process book and project publication. The selection of paper was carefully done with respect to the thesis concept of contextual materiality and experiential reference. There were two types of main paper stock (Manila paper and Satin paper) and an additional material of Abaca paper in this publication. The book was divided into three main divisions based on the design expriment concentrations of the thesis. These chapters consist of Color, Materiality and Haptic.