I layed out, reproduced, and printed every kind of material, but in particular I printed catalogs for objects of poor taste and some of great design. This is what made me want to print something that I designed. I started with an object that was close to my activity at the time, an agenda. It was a simple diary designed according to my own needs. Organizers were too complicated and too “organized.” I dedicated to the year 2000 a limited edition agenda book that was different than what was ever done before. The pages were dry debossed obtained by sixty-four plates. A small modification allowed the debossing to not effect the previous page or the subsequent one. A print run of about 500,000 copies of a series of notebooks that made the world smile that had lines in the form of waves.