This object synthesizes the full history of the Matagi community. The format chosen for this publication is the leporello, and our readers will find two covers and three different ways of reading it:
When unfolding accordion book in the western reading direction, narrative based solely on images is revealed. If we choose to start from that same cover but to the left, the original Matagi legend appears. The second cover introduces a historical fictional text about the evolution of these traditional hunters in Japan, using the memories of the mountain goddess, Yama-no-Kami as the guiding thread.
Photographer & Designer: Javier Corso
Text: Alex Rodal & Javier Corso
Ilustrations: Hiroko Ebihara
Year of publication: 2021
Pages: 82 pag.
Sizes: 21 x 16 cm
Paper: Biotop 200 gsm
D.OAK is an annual publication that compiles the projects we have developed as a documentary agency and production company.
D.OAK is a serie of collectibles that seeks to share our experiences as storytellers with readers who might wonder about the stories behind the projects. It is a formula for the public to get to know this profession firsthand and to understand what makes us unique. Our Designation of Origin.
Size: 30 x 23 cm
Print: Munken Print White 300 g. + 150 g.
A selection of some of our most published and awarded photographs in poster format (non-serial edition).
Series: Non-serial edition
Sizes: 30 x 20 cm
Print: Premium Semimatte paper