Although the concept of this issue was photography, no photographs were used. The first page had a quotation from Susan Sontag’s book ‘On Photography’ about how photographs become objects of consumption. On the next page was the info sheet (about the shutter speed and etc.) of a digital photograph taken but which was absent on the page. On the following page a detailed description of the absent photograph from the viewer’s point of view was given. The last page also had a quotation by Susan Sontag. The page layouts had a single flourescent color and this helped bring forth the graphic design and the material of the pages. This issue was also an act of resistance against a period when there was image pollution everywhere; rather than offering an image to be consumed the issue offered a content and text for the exercise of the viewers’ minds.