“I haven't slept in seventeen days.” Thus begins the story that Haruki Murakami wrote about a woman who could no longer sleep. As husband and son sleep the sleep of the righteous, she begins a parallel nightlife that unexpectedly becomes more interesting, exciting, and dangerous than her days. Sleep is a re-edition of Haruki Murakami's book Sleep (1987). Underlying its central concept is the use of typography as a complement to the meaning of the story: whether it is the variation between pages so abundant in text or so monotonous that they make us sleepy, or the hiding of words that makes reading more difficult. The publication is completed with a container bag, emphasizing the sleepless environment of the project.