The History of Headlessness was a book
produced for the MTV/Motorola production
Head and Body (short films to be seen on
the phone where the main character leads
a headless life). Working with Fibre, The Fish
Can Sing and New York illustrator Peter
Arkle we created a book to a headless theme.
Inside the front cover was a dotted red line
tattoo to wear around your neck with a 'cut-here' scissors icon, while the red line was repeated
in a side stitched binding. The book was
commended by Design Week and ID in their
annual design awards.