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Graphic Design 13 Publications in Random Order


Andrey Kasay, Mantrasse, Manuel Donada

Stolen Books


This is a collection of the best works by Andrey Kasay, a Russian visual artist based in Moscow, by the summer of 2019. His metaphoric, surreal and crazy illustrations and animated videos are based on a satiric look at contemporary society. Since 2010 he took part in various group exhibitions and had solo shows in Europe, Asia, North and South America. He worked with brands like MTV, Nike, Red Bull, CNN, Washington Post, New Yorker, Adidas; and was featured by VICE, WIRED, Juxtapoz and It’s Nice That. 170 x 230 mm, 200 pages Edition of 300 copies ISBN 978-989-54589-1-2 Stolen Books // Published March 2020


“I wanted to pay homage to all the trees for a long time, so I picked sticks in my village, drew the memories of my childhood by sight and crumpled the paper pulp that shaped the fruits of my spirit. How many have found enlightenment through a tree?” 190 × 250 mm 32 pages 2 color risography printing on Fedrigoni Arena Rough 90g paper. 2 color silkscreen cover printed by Telmo Chaparra (Stolen Prints) on Pop Set Fawn 170g paper. Each copy comes with a 2 color risograph print by the artist, size approx. 300 x 410 mm, printed on Munken Print White 90g. Limited edition of 100 copies, signed and numbered.

SOLIN SALA RA – Manuel Donada

It is not talking about the origin of this book, because this book, infinite, varied, diverse, always similar and always different, perpetual and changing, has existed from all eternity. Nothing has been discovered, everything has been found. But in the heart of this artifact everything changes, everything is transformed, everything evolves. These pages have not existed at any time or any place, the message itself has an origin and the magic emanating from each of its pages can never be trained. At this point, there is nothing to do. It would be lovely to wait for the revolution of an admirable science. This book is dedicated, in part, to all those punks of sectarian mentality and false morals, those who feed the annihilation of the individual and those who are part of a camouflaged class, who die of fear and grief with the idea of being isolated. To all those who do not violently reject the supporters of an absurd and pestilent elite. To the loose dogs of abstract camaraderie that obstructs the spiritual, individual and cosmic revolution. To the victims of the revolution block, accomplices of permanent repression, duck-faced corpses and wild manners, all obstacles of the universal protest. 245 x 310 mm, 96 pages 978-989-54589-2-9 Stolen Books


Olivier Bertrand (ed.)

La Perruque, type magazine

Published by
Surfaces Utiles
21 issues
Various authors
1 × 90 cm
Blank surfaces hacked in the margins of regular offset prints
The issues come wound around a piece of wood
Since 2015

La Perruque is a 1 × 90 cm-long magazine publishing nonstandard type specimens printed in the margins of regular documents.

La Perruque hacks unused paper surfaces from print shop production, so they become carte blanche for type designers instead of waste.

Each issue is a specimen of a typeface. All of them together draw the portrait of a contemporary typography scene. La Perruque showcases experimental typography projects. It is also a place for type manifestos and in-progress fonts.

Besides being an online archive of the magazine issues, also gives access to the font design processes documented by the type designers themselves.

“A ‘homer’ [«perruque» in french] is an artifact that a worker produces using company tools and materials outside normal production plans but at the workplace and during workhours. Despite legal, artistic and ethnographic evidence of their existence, silence surrounds [perruques]. […] this silence is not linked just to the marginal and illegal quality of these artifacts. [Perruques] shed light on a high degree of ‘complicity’ between employees regardless of their position in the hierarchy.” Michel Anteby, “Factory ‘homers’: Understanding a highly elusive, marginal, and illegal practice“, in Sociologie du travail, 45, 2003, p. 453.

The magazine is now published by Surfaces Utiles, a publishing house runned with a similar mindset, trying to publish parallelepiped books through these non-standard production methods.


Na Ponta Dos Dedos

Hecton Fonseca, Rogério Nascimento and Samuel Pietro
Paul Andali
Various formats
Plastic sleeve with 1 4-page cover (25x35 cm) + 12-page journal (332 x 475 mm) + 3 cards in various formats
Portuguese, English and French
Forma Nuova by Lorenzo Mason Studio + LincolnMitre-LM by Colophon, D. Bennewith
Offset and laser in black and white; Imprimerie Fuchey and
23 € + shipping
Images credits
Hecton Fonseca, Modulo I, Ed. Campinas, 2013
Translation and retranscription PT - FR
Luísa Bissoni
Translation FR - EN
Zoë Grant

?? This publication takes shape as an alphabet book and a typographic specimen shedding light onto the cartazistas’ craft, unique to the Brazilian scene. Employee or freelance, he or she elaborates by hand the visual communication material for many businesses (supermarkets, butchers, convenience stores, bakeries…). Mostly self-taught, trained through observation” or via internet, these professional calligraphers have developed the art of handwriting and composition. They have adopted, each one in their own manner and with specific tools, a unique craftsmanship in letter drawing.

The encounter and interview with three Cartazistas constitutes the contents of the publication.


?? Esta publicación toma la forma de un libro del alfabeto y una muestra tipográfica que arroja luz sobre la artesanía de los cartazistas, única en la escena brasileña. Empleado o freelance, él o ella elabora a mano el material de comunicación visual para muchas empresas (supermercados, carnicerías, tiendas de conveniencia, panaderías …). En su mayoría autodidacta, capacitados a través de la observación ”o por Internet, estos calígrafos profesionales han desarrollado el arte de la escritura y la composición. Han adoptado, cada uno a su manera y con herramientas específicas, una artesanía única en el dibujo de letras.

El encuentro y entrevista con tres cartazistas constituye el contenido de la publicación.



Quarantine T–Shirt

Throughout recent months our realities have changed drastically, with the coronavirus taking centre-stage in the quarantine world tour that has so quickly made its way across the globe.

And with every tour comes its accompanying merchandise (even the uncomfortably apocalyptic science-fiction ones). In the hopes of producing something positive from a situation so negative, and of coming together in times that pull us apart, this t-shirt – now available on @everpresshq – was designed in collaboration with Pedro Mata Nogueira 31,00 €.

Available until May 12



The Letter A Looks Like The Eiffel Tower

15 x 24 cm.
Number of pages
Offset, Black and white
Space Grotesk, Florian Karsten, 2017
Balacron (cover) + Munken print white 115 g (inside)
Printing and binding
Printon, Estonia
18 € + shipping
Idea, editing and bookdesign
Paul Andali
Zoë Grant
With the participation
of many contributors from all around the world mentioned in the colophon.

?? Printed on a light-box or on a billboard, taking flight atop a vehicle, hand drawn, painted, as a sticker or a neon sign, letters are everywhere in the public space and their representations are multiple. A group of graphic designers and artists specialize in creating signs that take on the allegorical potential of the alphabetical letter; substituting it with a figurative element, to over-signify the context the letter indicates.

The book presents a collection of 350 letters-images collected in the public space between 2016 and 2019 indexed and classified into 13 themes.


?? Impresas en una caja de luz o en una valla publicitaria, tomando vuelo sobre un vehículo, dibujadas a mano, pintadas, como una pegatina o un letrero de neón, las letras están en todas partes en el espacio público y sus representaciones son múltiples. Un grupo de diseñadores gráficos y artistas se especializan en crear signos que adquieren el potencial alegórico de la letra alfabética; sustituyéndolo con un elemento figurativo, para sobre-significar el contexto que indica la letra.

El libro presenta una colección de 350 cartas-imágenes recopiladas en el espacio público entre 2016 y 2019 indexadas y clasificadas en 13 temas.


Editorial Mark Yareham

Editorial portfolio for the photographer Mark Yareham, which collect, his work from recent years. [210 x 297 mm]. → Contact for buy it.


Viral Bodies – NXS issue #3

34x12 cm
Staple Binding

NXS issue #3 Viral Bodies investigates the changing concepts of gender and identity norms in the digital space, and open the discussion to many possible speculations and to their real world implications. Kicking off the issue with a starting piece by Reba Maybury, over 20 fellow contributors explore social conventions, share intimate moments and experiences of pain, love, hate and fear. They delve into authenticity in the non-human sphere, they code accidental bigotry on the internet. Science fiction writer Alan Dean Foster blurs the lines of reality, transmitting what is real and what not in a dystopian society. Political art critic Penny Rafferty unravels the minds of tech giants while artistic researcher Addie Wagenknecht questions the diffusing lines between virtual technology and working bodies in reality.

With contributions by:
Reba Maybury (UK)
Dario Alva (ES)
Josefin Arnell (SE)
Jonathan Castro (PE)
Lois Cohen (NL)
Jesse Darling (UK)
Vita Evangelista (BR)
Alan Dean Foster (US)
Gaika (UK)
Jahmal B Golden (US)
Sophie Hardeman (NL)
Manique Hendricks (NL)
Gui Machiavelli (BR)
Mary Maggic (US)
Simone C.Niquille (CH)
Norman Orro (EE)
Clara Pacotte (FR)
Pinar & Viola (NL & FR)
Penny Rafferty (UK)
Addie Wagenknecht (US)
Melek Zertal (DZ)
Lil Miquela (US)
Indiana Roma Voss (NL)


Varios Autores


Cuatricromía Offset sobre papel Hilado 120 grs.
Tapas emplacadas en cartón de 240 grs. impresas a dos colores. Lomo cuadrado
Varios Autores
Edición y Diseño
Pablo Castro Zamorano

Libro que recopila más de un centenar de flyers o volantes impresos entre 1993 y el 2003 relacionados con la cultura del techno y los clubes en Chile. El libro incluye una serie de textos de personalidades relevantes de la época entre los que se incluyen Jorge González y Sebastián Lelio.

Book that compiles more than a hundred flyers printed between 1993 and 2003 related to techno culture and clubs in Chile. The book includes a series of texts by relevant personalities of the time, including Jorge González and Sebastián Lelio.


Crida Festival

Crida Festival editorial → [140 x 250mm, 24 pages]. Speculative and critical design: New ways of reusing abandoned places. → 7,99 €


A Line Which Forms a Volume

Published by
MA GMD, London

A really impressive third issue from the MA Graphic Media Design course; this is what independent magazine-making is all about.

A Line Which Forms a Volume is a publication and event of graphic design-led research both entirely organised by MA Graphic Media Design masters course participants at the London College of Communication (UAL).

The publication explores the use of graphic design as a critical tool to investigate the complexities of contemporary society. Employing established and emergent methods and technologies, the projects work towards producing new and unlikely perspectives on and for the world.

Featuring external contributions by:
Evening Class (UK)
Paul Soulellis, (US)
Anja Kaiser+Rebecca Stephany (DE)
Legrand Jäger (UK)

This and previous issues can be entirely read for free here.

David Heofs & Gonzalo Hergueta

Vimana Book

Publishing house
Bandiz Studio
Artist´s Book
3 copies
24 x 33 cm
Graphic Design
David Heofs & Gonzalo Hergueta

Vimana Book es un libro transparente concebido sin papel ni tinta, utilizando hojas de PMMA perforadas por un plotter de corte. Este proyecto trata de explorar los límites del libro como objeto y su fragilidad, tanto material como narrativa. Ofreciendo una mirada a lo desconocido en forma de ilustraciones y textos codificados en jeroglíficos –utilizando el vehículo volador de la antigua literatura de la India, las vimanas, como medio y concepto. El libro tiene enlaces a tres canciones compuestas por Emelvi que ilustran las atmósferas sonoras de cada uno de los tres capítulos que componen la pieza.


Vimana is a transparent book that has been conceived without paper or ink, by using PMMA sheets carved by a cutting plotter. This project tries to explore the limits of the book as a medium, and it́s fragility, both materially & narratively. By offering a glance into the unknown in the shape of illustrations and texts coded in hieroglyphics.


Xevi Recoder

Sampled Papers 1

55grm newspaper
Xevi Recoder
Esther Zaragoza

This project seeks to take a new approach to traditional user manuals based on sampling, a musical production technique that is very common in hip-hop. Sampling (and resampling) is a working process that takes pieces from different elements and combines them to create a unique and new item. This technique extracts these pieces from their natural habitat to de-contextualise them; it chops them up, changes, deforms, serialises and combines them with a view to generating a new message.

We live in a world bloated with data, images, videos, news, messages and constant inputs. We live in a world where collective forms of sharing knowledge generate a massive amount of information that is constantly doing the rounds. And just like hip hop lifts portions of audio to compose, this user manual has been scanned and compiled with these elements that do the rounds, such as photos, articles, chats or illustrations, which redefine or complement the content. The outcome is a sampled manual.


Maria Alcaide

Guanli de shou: The managed Hand

Encuadernación / Binding
cosido / stitched
Páginas / Pages
Impresión / Printing
digital, color
Tamaño / Size
12 x 18 cm
35 €
Textos / Texts
Denise Araouzou, Mar Reykjavik, Maria Alcaide
Traducciones / Translations
Julia Rodríguez

Guanli de shou: The managed hand es una publicación que nace del proyecto homónimo expuesto en Barcelona entre septiembre y octubre del 2019. Se trata de una recopilación de textos sobre el cuidado (los cuidados), en concreto sobre el papel fundamental de las mujeres migrantes racializadas en los salones de uñas. Es un experimento en el que se mezclan las imágenes de las obras en sala con imágenes sacadas de internet, letras de canciones, corredoras afroamericanas y vapores tóxicos. Es un cuento contemporáneo sobre la explotación y el trabajo feminizado. Eso sí, teñido de rosa.

“Cada vez más, tendemos a externalizar también los cuidados sin pensar en las personas que los realizan por nosotros y mucho menos reflexionamos acerca de por qué lo hacemos o qué consecuencias puede tener. Simplemente, no nos queda tiempo. Como dice la Zowi “mi dinero es tu ocio” y el tiempo, tenga la forma que tenga, es siempre monetizable por la máquina del turbocapitalismo. Nuestras depresiones, nuestras desviaciones emocionales y nuestro cansancio es también productivo. Alexa, Siri, Cortana, Aura, Irene, Viv, Erika, Alice… hacen lo que sea por ti, están encantadas de ayudarte, nunca se cansan y esperan que tú tampoco lo hagas. Por eso nos hacen las uñas otras mujeres, para que desfallecer en el sofá mientras nos pintamos torpemente los dedos de los pies no pueda ser una opción de posibilidad, para que no nos miremos el cuerpo dentro de un espacio en el que nadie nos mira, para que no empleemos un tiempo monetizable en conocer nuestras propias necesidades y para que no dejemos de comunicarnos con el otro, para que no consigamos hablarnos con cariño a nosotras mismas.”

>el libro no ha llegado a imprimirse debido a la crisis del Covid-19. Tan pronto como sea posible realizaremos una primera edición de ejemplares limitados y procederemos a su envío. Cómpralo ya en preventa!

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