What happens behind this wall, stays behind this wall
Project by: Dutch Art Institute
Designer: Rutger de Vries
Format: 170 x 240 mm mm
Price: € 7,00
This publication starts in 2011 in Beirut’s Sassin Square, close to the Green Line, where some of the most severe fights of the civil war took place. In the backyard of one of the area’s buildings I discovered a piece of graffiti that read: “Behind this wall in 1988…nothing happened”. Within the context of Lebanon’s history and Jalal Toufic’s lecture on surpassing the disaster of war, this sentence cast a poetic spell over the unspeakable. What happens behind the wall tells the story of meeting its author, Phat. In so doing the book touches upon the general interpretation of historical events and our own expectations, while reflecting on ways of codifying memories and building individual historical narrations, leaving the reader with no easy answers.
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Natural Technology or Technological Nature?
Project by: self initiated
Designer: Maud Vervenne
Price: € 10,00
This is a graphic translation of INLAND case study. It contains a written essay and an image essay (A1 poster). Natural Technology or Technological Nature investigates how a shift occurred from exposing technology in the landscape to more recent, hiding it by camouflaging all traces of the technological world we are living in.
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Might be a Coyote
Project by: Terezie Štindlová
Designer: Terezie Štindlová
Format: 594 x 841 mm mm
Price: € 80,00
I took this photograph in Rotterdam Zoo a few years ago. Till this day I am wondering, what animal lived in this pavilion and where it was hiding. From the desert-like feeling and the cacti painted on the walls I thought it might be a coyote.
A1 Poster, 3 copies, generously printed at drukkerij robstolk.
All the revenue of these posters will be donated to verified organisations supporting Ukraine.
The mentioned amount of eighty euros is a starting price. If you have the resources and wish to pay more, that is very welcome.
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Designer: Loes Claessens, Sarah Cleeremans
Format: 841 x 594 mm mm
Price: € 30,00
The act of gleaning in Arnhem has led to the serendipitous finding of a shiny silver sticker card that carried a publication logo of Introduct (1990, NL). The logo is here reproduced by enlarging it 10 times and silkscreened in the two original colours.
Housewife in Tile. A blueback poster
Designer: Simona Koutná
Format: 700 x 1000 mm mm
Price: € 15,00
A selfie on female representation — becoming a surface.
A digital mosaic of ceramics, a smooth poster to be pasted onto something else.
Part of the Anfachen Awards 2019 winner selection. An international poster exhibition in Hamburg reflecting the topic of Home.
Auguries of Innocence
Designer: Jannete Mark
Format: 841 x 1189 mm mm
Price: € 18,00
This black and white poster-map, was inspired by ancient alchemical engravings and the Great Work (opus Magnum)—a process to create a philosophers stone. The unfolding of the posters creates different narratives, as its story and a contemporary instruction of the philosophers stone are mixed with hidden poems written by William Blake.
Project by: self-initiated
Designer: Loes Claessens & Austin Redman
Format: 841 x 594 mm mm
Price: € 45,00
The cryptonomicon and the catharsis.
On one side a momentary image, carrying the looks of a lucid dream – flattening expanded time into a single plane. Showing all the work made in one year in one image inspired by the psychoanalytic treatment of Sigmund Freud’s concept ‘abreaction’.
The other side an analysis of language encryption through black metal and military symbolism. A chart constructed by practice-theories and translations inspired by the book Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson.
A silk-screen, double-sided printed poster.
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Man & Bat
Designer: Line-Gry Hørup
Format: 420 x 297 mm mm
Price: € 8,00
‘Man & Bat’ is a poem by English writer D.H Lawrence(1885 – 1930) and was published in the collection Birds, Beasts and Flowers: Poems 1921–23.
The poem is printed here with a painting by D.H Lawrence, who in his lifetime was a highly unacknowledged as a visual artist.
“These rumours of my non-existence are making it very difficult for me to obtain financing”
Designer: Melina Wilson
Format: 594 x 420 mm mm
Price: € 10,00
Poster with a screenshot from Google Maps where we see Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville walking in their hometown, accompanied by a postcard from "still reverse scouting: sky, sky and earth, earth, windows, paths, flora, earth and water, water" and another postcard from "Vertigo/The Story".