How to read a book

How to read a book

Quirk Books, together with Mike Rogalski from a design company Eyewash, have prepared a visual guiding through the process of opening and reading a print book.

Such guides were made already in times when print was the most popular (or, to be precise – the only – form of a book). The chart was intended to help those who saw the book for the first time.

In times of the digital content pushing the books aside, these guides (although still hilarious – who doesn’t know how to do that?) are a warning. Don’t put the book away, or you’ll really need this kind of guidance sooner than you think.

Via Quirk Books Blog.

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