Category Archive : Books

Book: Fils à maman

November 8th, 2011

This one is for the french folks !
Fils à maman est un livre de dialogues absurdes entre Jésus et Marie. Entièrement fait à la main, c’est à dire que les 500 feuilles on étés coupées une par une, pliées et ensuite percées afin de passer le fil de la reliure. Imprimé sur du papier recyclé, deux poids de papier différents. Il n’existe que 50 exemplaires numérotés de cet ouvrage.
Je vous conseille d’aller jeter un oeil sur le site prévu à cet effet et pourquoi pas, dans un élan de folie, de cliquer sur le bouton paypal.

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Books: TDC

July 12th, 2010

If you want to understand why you have to read the entire Type Directors Club collection, hit the link dudes.


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Book: Aim High, Keep Moving!

June 28th, 2010

Hey Ladies and Gentlemen !

As we are the first Monday after the OFFF, this week book is the retrospective book of the OFFF last 10 years.

Hit the link below before its cold.



Book: The Carnival of Charlatans

June 7th, 2010

Even tough I mostly speak to myself for now, I wanted you/me to know that I created a new category on this blog.

Let me indroduce you the BOOK category. (Now I can hear the crowd cheering, applauding and even see a girl passing out)

The reason why I do this is because I love books, no really, you should see my shelves. One day you will, but I have to dust them before. Yeah you know it.

So, the first book I show is one of the latest I bought.

In “The carnival of charlatans”, both Hell’o Monsters and Sebastien Vanden Berghe show their skills. The first one is an incredible illustrator who can turn any trash image into visual poetry. The second one does the same thing with words.

I don’t know how they worked it out, if texts are born from the drawing or the opposite but both work perfectly and push their meanings forward.

I stop it now, have a look at the end of this post to see more images.

BTW, I’m trying to have a regular schedule and Monday is dedicated to the book posts.

Stay tuned for more thrilling discoveries.


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