I feel the use of continuous, overlayed typography is striking and bold. I think his work has always been so inspiring due to his ability to create images through type. Really beautiful and raw.
Tree of Codes // Based on a piece of existing text – The Street of Crocodiles by Bruno Schulz - which has been edited by Foer to create an entirely new piece of fiction.
Dictionary Story Print 2001 by Sam Winston
Inspiration for Creatives
'Done' is a unique artists' book produced specifically for the 'we love your books' 2009 exhibition entitled 'Closure', at Artworks, Milton Keynes. This tissue paper book is based on an obsession with list-making. It explores the typographic potential of the handwritten list and places it within a new context. Letterpress and silkscreen printed onto tissue paper.
LETTRE INTERNATIONALE NO. 20 Work done at Pleks 2010.
Galante menu - A combination of luxury print finishes turned the Galante menus into covetable items in their own right. Tragos Magicos - cocktails circa 1935-1955.
Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer -- We’ve all heart of books as art object, but books as sculptural objects? As Foer’s London-based publisher Visual Editions explains it, ”Jonathan Safran Foer has taken his favorite book, The Street of Crocodiles by Polish-Jewish writer Bruno Schulz, and used it as a canvas, cutting into and out of the pages, to arrive at an original new story.”