The concept of hiding and revealing type on the printed page and creating an art object is reminescent of Tom Philips’ treated novel; the humument, in which he drew and painted over 360 pages of dense.
This 1998 work by Tom Phillips is a colour screenprint of a page from W H Mallock's Victorian novel 'A Human Document'. The isolated text reads: 'you in mine fused', 'our lives lived for perfect love'.
April Greiman, Design Quarterly, Breaking design standards with new use of technology. Also questioning societies taboos with protrayal or nudity (not considered out of context because it seems more of an "artistic" piece, since it's a self-portrait?