An unconventional exhibition catalogue in magazine format from the architectural drawing collection Drawing Matter, based in Somerset, UK, skilfully transforms the exhibition concept into book form to create a novel visual experience. Drawing Matter invited 85 architecture firms to build a model based on a historical drawing from the collection. For the catalogue, just one section of each model was photographed very close up, giving a highly abstract result. Each of the photos is placed fullbleed on a page, complemented by the historical drawing (with a white margin) on the page opposite. The drawings are printed on a different paper from the photographs, while the individual sheets are interleaved alternately and held together by a very simple thread binding. In the middle are six sheets containing an index and small black-and-white renderings of the models. The result is an inspired insight into architectural history that has appeal beyond a specialist audience. The magazine format and interleaving of the 100 relatively thick sheets question the book form, underscoring the ambitious nature of the publication.