Great American Writers Series Pamphlet
Joseph Heller is an American novelist best known for Catch-22, a satire about World War II. In this novel, the phrase "Catch-22" is famously known as circular logic that contradicts itself. The designed pamphlet contains various critiques of Heller's writing. The selected typeface is Din, a German font that was used on Nazi warplanes in World War II. Memorable quotes from Catch-22 enrich the commentary and remind readers of Heller's style.
The typography reflects the boldness of Heller's satirical statements. The continuity of the cover from outside to inside and out again relates to the self-contradiction of Heller's infamous Catch-22 logic.