Jeroen Erosie – Flight Mode
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Flight Mode is the follow up on Jeroens zine Ad Infinitum that shows a never ending story. How his work transformed from figurative to absract and vice versa. Laps around the church, a perfect circle.
Instagram: Jeroen Erosie
Edition of 200
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French writer Zorg explores the boundaries of graffiti with his concrete circles. He therefore visits many abandoned buildings. Looking for the perfect wall, in state of decay. The zine contains images of his side-specific quest and illustrative yet abstract paintings.
Instagram: Concrete Circle
Edition of 50
Railwayhuts by Sebastian Bühler was created on a train journey through the balkan region with a main focus on the railway stations and track systems. From Ljubljana to Thessaloniki these eponymous huts often appeared near the track areas and train yards. Some of them are still in use and serve as premises for the local railway companies. Others are used for railway safety as a lounge to monitor the respective track section. Most of these cabins, however, are today left on their own without any significance for everyday railroad life, due to the modernization of the track systems. From the beginning of his my trip he was fascinated by reoccurring parallels between these buildings despite the different countries they are located in.
Hand-bound and digital printed zine by ABCDEF & Chemistry Publishing. The zine consists of photos shot by ABCDEF and tells the story of two one-of-a-kind verbal dilettantes (paint & photo). And so this zine tells you a story from a one-of-a-kind dilettantism of fledged vandalism, walking, talking and taking photos.
The zine is 25 x 17,5 cm (9,84″ x 6,89″), consists of 60 digital printed pages packed in a die-cutted cover and is made in an edition of 100 copies.
– Hand-bound zine, 64 pages
– 25 x 17,5 cm (9,84″ x 6,89″)
– Edition of 100, numbered