Pamphlet Architecture is a serial publication by Princeton Architectural Press. We were invited by the authors, Perry Kulper and Nat Chard, to design volume no. 34. The authors were synthesizing and producing a third conversation out of an already existing pair they had begun long before. (Or is it alchemy?) With the authors being on different continents and print being the eventual form of dissemination, the graphic design of the book itself needed to help produce the collaboration between them. Relational thinking is also rampant in their work, and the design of Pamphlet 34 brings thoughts and images across and against one another graphically to help immerse the reader in the flavor of the work–letting two, three, or even ten thoughts emerge together all at once. Though our attempts were also aimed at letting the vibrancy of their work (which is already acclaimed) speak for itself without undermining it by overworking the graphics. The graphic design of Pamphlet 34 basically needed to get the conversation started, then get out of the way.