Throughout the complexity and thoughtfulness of Philip K. Dick’s writings in The Exegesis, I was inspired to create a book that reflected his unique perspectives of the universe. My limited color palette features a magenta shade, connecting to the light beams Dick experienced. The die-cut cover conveys the sense of “peeking” into Dick’s thoughts and beliefs, as The Exegesis is based on thousands of pages of handwritten notes, journal entries, and sketches. Photography used throughout the work is my three-dimensional interpretation of the novel, expressing ideas of the unknown and beyond our realm of understanding. A smaller size helps present this extensive text in a more intimate, welcoming setting for the reader. Overall, I feel that this piece had a successful execution while I gained experience in editorial design.