Axis is a print design created to focus on experimental methods of representing complex information. The goal of the book is to discuss and visually represent five different philosophical theories of time; eternalism, the growing block theory, presentism, temporal finitism, and time as unreal. This is done through the use of scanner photography, in which objects are manipulated by the movement of the scanner to create abstract forms. Because the subject matter is abstract, I chose to use an abstract method to illustrate the theories. The first five sections are the photography and a brief description of the theory. The main focus is the photography and how it represents the theory. The final section is an index with a thumbnail of the image that provides the reader with more information.