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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.


Antonio Giráldez López y Pablo Ibáñez Ferrera

Selling bricks and exposing architectural avant-garde

Tapa blanda
Digital, color
Archivo, edición y diseño
Antonio Giráldez López y Pablo Ibáñez Ferrera
HJ Darger (Blanca Martínez Gómez)
Fotografías del libro
Laura Tabarés

Selling bricks and exposing architectural avant-garde es un proyecto de archivo audiovisual desarrollado desde 2018. Hasta la fecha, ha tomado forma de feed de Instagram (@kellycorbusier) y publicación. Selling bricks captura arquitectura de vanguardia y casos de especial relevancia representados en videoclips de música urbana en España.

200 páginas, casi 100 videoclips y planos inéditos de una arquitectura transformada en escenario. Edificios y calles recorridos a ritmo de hi-hats, autotune y perreo como ningún fotógrafo o revista especializada lo ha hecho jamás. Una mirada desplazada que, sin embargo, muestra y descubre detalles o edificios a un público que solo puede contarse con millones de visualizaciones. Un texto de la periodista y crítica musical HJ Darger se encarga de introducirnos en este imaginario de planos contrapicados y frames de Youtube.



Borshch Magazine #5

23 x 31cm
Mariana Berezovska
Creative Direction
Mariana Berezovska & Tiago Biscaia
Art Direction
Tiago Biscaia

BORSHCH is a magazine for electronic music on and beyond the dancefloor. Founded in Berlin in 2017, it’s a space to provoke open dialogues and challenge established ideas about making, listening, and dancing to music. Through physical and digital formats, BORSHCH discusses the artistic, social, and political impact of electronic music on contemporary culture in and outside the club settings. The print edition of the magazine is published biannually.

In BORSHCH #5, we enter sweaty basements and concrete cathedrals and explore the culture of darkness born out of protest. In unsettling environments, we embrace the shadows and challenge our senses with obscure electronic music. When do you feel comfortable with your discomfort? What happens when the lights go off, and the only source of illumination you’re left with is blurry haze or an abrupt stroboscopic pulse? Conversation with Deena Abdelwahed, Lucrecia Dalt, and Alessandro Adriani question the ambiguity of ‘dark’ sound and psychological impact of unpolished music. Artist portraits of Animistic Beliefs, Rrose, Klein, Ziúr deconstruct the dark areas where sins, injustice, and disquiet are as human and real as pleasures and joy. This issue of Borshch considers entering the dark as an act of coming home, to the cave where the primary source of life is hidden.

TAMBOURINE is an online platform established for the promotion and distribution of the independent magazine scene. Its aim is to decipher the role of printed matter in contemporary culture, as well as provide its readers with the latest magazine releases, connecting the digital community with the highest quality printed matter goods.


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.