In an effort to piece together a work of open-source literature & image, this book acts as a cohesive guide to the subject of Nuclear Semiotics. The studies & ideas are conducted by linguists, semioticians, engineers, chemists, artists, designers, and other practitioners from cross-disciplinary fields in the 1980s, by the US Government. The theme of being “hidden” in plain sight is used across the book to convey a visual narrative about the underlying environmental fear that Nuclear Waste instigates for Earth’s future generations.
145 pp, 8.25 x 10.25 in., Digital Print, 80 lb. Matte Black Text & 80 lb. Vellum White Text, Light Grey Linen, Blind Deboss, Case Bound. Edition of 25.