Hungarian designer Márton Borzák has created a book that is filled with secrets that are invisible to the naked eye.
The book, titled P.S: Secrets Of The Barguzin Skeleton, is about how a European man’s skeleton was found in the Siberian barguzin (a rural locality). There was a lot of controversy generated when the skeleton displayed similarities to the poet Sándor Petőfi.
Inspired by the mysterious nature of the book, Borzak used UV ink to highlight the author’s commentary in the book jacket and pages. The book reveals its secrets when UV light is shone on it.
The book’s spine is also designed to fit a small UV lamp, and is made to be more flexible, allowing the reader to peruse it with ease.
It must be such fun to read and find hidden nuggets of information in this book—although this tome may be dense, the clever design will surely entice the reader to continue uncovering its secrets.