Future = Cool January 29, 2012
As a second special treat for you all, dear readers and friends,
we have prepared a second edition: Scarves.
Go to http://www.fourfiveX.net/ to see them all and:
fourfiveX Editions 001
october 14th and 15th
at “First Issue”:
notanotherbook ist the title of my diploma.
A project to explore working together, open-ended. With the same focus on the creative process as in the result. Different projects are jointly put into action with various individuals or groups. Foreign projects, which are based on working together or focus this way of working, are presented. Theoretical and scientific reflections on this subject are collected, as all relevant topics, random encounters or statements that happen to me during this time.
I am pleased with articles and notes on the subject which should contribute to a vast and varied picture about working together.
FR 10.Juni 2011
ABENDROT @ Atelier Zukunft
Check out the schedule for friday (March 25th).
Check out the festival just as much.
In a cooperation with the Klingspor-Museum Offenbach for typography and book art the 3. Copy Shop will open on the 15th February 2011. Copy Shop invited several designers from Germany and abroad to browse through the unique archive of the museum. The results will be presented on the afternoon and will be followed by talks of Hi – Visuelle Gestaltung from Luzern, Switzerland and Europa from London. Drinks and Music afterwards in the Cafeteria of HfG Offenbach
16 Uhr the participants present their results from the research in the archive Copy Shop invites everyone to copy as much as they want
18 Uhr talk by Claudio Barandun, Hi – Visuelle Gestaltung, Luzern
19.15 Uhr beerbreak
19.30 Uhr talk by Mia Froster & Paul Tisdell, Europa, London
Drinks and Music afterwards in the Cafeteria of HfG Offenbach
Klingspor Museum Offenbach
HerrenstraÃŸe 80 (SÃ¼dflÃ¼gel des BÃ¼sing Palais)
(Around the corner from HfG Offenbach)
Copy Shop is a project by Lorenz Klingebiel & Nicolas Kremershof
Welcome Federico Proietti!!!
Please join us for the launch of
The Portable John Latham
A collection of unpublished or rarely seen documents from the John Latham Archive
Edited by Antony Hudek and Athanasios Velios
Thursday 15 July 2010, 6â€“9pm
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7QX
Published by Occasional Papers in association with Whitechapel Gallery
Funded by Ligatus/Camberwell College of Arts
Supported by Cassochrome and John Latham Foundation
Design by Sara De Bondt
Design assistance by Alexander Lis
Â£12.50 / Special launch price Â£10
176 x 250mm, b/w, 112 pages