100 Girls on Polaroid was a long term project of the photographer Alexander Gnädinger who travelled all around the world to search for his definition of beauty.
When we started to design the book we realised that we have to leave the images completely on their own without page numbers, texts or names. Therefore we developed a structure and binding technique that enabled us to mix two paper types very frequently (every 2-4 pages) throughout the book. The book is only structured by black pages intersecting the coated image pages and one girl from the other, creating a great intimacy. The index and text pages are placed in the center of the book leaving 50 girls on the front and 50 in the back of the book.