Eyjafjallajökull is made of textile, ash and pigment. It is a publication which tells the story of the ash cloud that stopped Europe. The primary goal of the project was to use textile as material and screen printing as method to present the story of Eyjafjallajökull. The aim was to examine the relationship between art and graphic design. As the material and printing method was set from the beginning the process was inverted: The information needed to fill the publication was produced to fit the presentation and not the other way around. The result is a large textile publication in the format of 50x70 cm (19.6x27.5 inch). It uses ash as one of its screen printed colors to coalesce the information with the presentation and concept.