Deb Rindl has always worked with the bookform, producing an oeuvre of hand held and sculpturally based book-objects. Her method of sketching (conventionally perceived as a meeting of pencil and paper) is to take a blank sheet of paper and start folding. The book for her is three dimensional and architectural, something to be explored as much with the hand as the eye.
Rindl trained in the graphic arts as a response to her love of typography. She uses type as both communications medium and texture, playing it across surfaces, thereby incorporating it into the structure of the book, while reinforcing the subject matter she wishes to relate.