Benjamin D. Harvey’s first book, Bus Stop Theory: Experiencing the Banal Everyday, is a critical essay on the everyday banal experience.
Screen printed in 4 colours, 100 copies. Designed with Pietro Garrone.
The book was projected as a consumable product to capture the sense of the everyday. Thus, title and subtitle were separated between the package and the book cover inside. The subtitle is then only revealed when the package is opened in a performative movement of banal consumption.