Staring into the Sun

Staring into the Sun is a document that collects some writings by N.T. Wright and C.S. Lewis, authors who have helped explain the intricacies of a worldview that is shared by many in the world.

The publication itself hopes to reframe a common and sometimes argumentative debate about desires, faith, worldviews, humanity, and our innate desire to want something better for ourselves and the world. The goal is to start an actual dialogue without pointing any fingers, and instead find our commonalities in what makes us humans so simple, and yet so complicated and intricately designed, all at the same time. It is a search to understand individual identity through the complexity of humanity.

CalArts BFA-4 assignment
Class: Graphic Design IV
Instructor: Gail Swanlund
TA: Kate Johnston

Graphite Paintings by: Aldis Ozolins.
Words and text by C.S. Lewis and N.T. Wright.