"If the story doesn't capture you, maybe you should start again." Tom Uglow, Google and YouTube.
Composition No. 1 is a re-imagining of the little known classic by French writer, Marc Saporta. Saporta writes about the interconnected stories of a group of Parisians, centred around the Sorbonne. Quite literally, Composition No. 1 is made up entirely of stand alone pages. Each has its own self-contained narrative, leaving it to you to shuffle through and decide which order to read the book, and how much or little you want to read before you begin again.
> Randomly shuffled pages, allowing you to play and read however much or little you want.
> Randomized, interactive cover; slide letters around like fridge magnets.
> Explore a typographic artwork, using the book's entire text.
Here's a little film showing you how the app works: http://youtu.be/ZcYHQ25IkfI
Designed by Universal Everything
Published by Visual Editions
Great looking stories.