This book contains stories featured in Fabres Book of Insects. He writes in such an intimate way that personifies the insects. I played around with a few ideas but eventually landed on the use of doilies to represent the delicateness and intimate nature of insects, and plants, leaves and flowers to show their surroundings and life. It was a very flawed piece, I designed every page thinking solely of the content of the page and not the flow of the book. Even so, I love every imperfection, it almost adds to the personal nature of his writing. The scanner dust even gives a texture, and feels right in the world of the glow worm. And the beautiful Pitch, the first typeface I've ever bought, looks great even after it's been nibbled on by caterpillars.