The book offers a new definition to what addiction might be. It’s a collection of humaniora, told together with a personal history of having addiction in the family. The visual language varies between classical book and a contrasting visuality that creates a depth in the storytelling, and that creates a tempo and rhythm in the narrative. There’s a clear dividing between the humaniroa and the prosaic content. Considering the book being a cross-section between science and subjective reflection – it was important showing this, also in the design. A custom typeface was made, which demonstrates the the relationship between all the surrounding demands, and how hard it is for addicts to accomodate these demands. Contrast is a key throughout the book, both for the content and its design.