Beginning as a research project investigating sudoku, this graphic response explores the process of completing a sudoku. I became interested in the reasons why people complete sudoku, where they were completed and how different people approach the puzzle itself.

The publication incorporates experimental imagery, derived from sudoku puzzles, and takes the reader through the different movements, tracking, and scanning that surround completing sudoku. Presenting the humanness resulting in a personal connection to the content and a lack of explanation allows someone to engage and interpet the content on their own terms.

Paperback (Olin 90gsm)
219 x 288 mm