This project was part of a three-hour design challenge. Limited to 180 minutes, I designed the book wrap for Alan Lightman's bestselling novel, Einstein's Dreams.
Per the title, I was inspired to create a dream mobile. Taking a dramatic twist from the novel's muted cover, I decided to pursue this direction with a bright, unrefined aesthetic.
Unusual Materials: Assigned during the first month of the COVID-19 pandemic, I was confined to materials around my house. Improvising, I used cotton balls, dental floss, stray straws, and old fabric scraps.
A Collage of Short Stories: Lightman's novel has been described as a "collage" of short stories. Playing off this phrase, I made a fabric collage out of cloth scraps for the cover backdrop.