Dear friends of SALZ-Verlag,
we are very happy to announce the release and presentation of “MOTTE 3 – typisch”. This is the third book after a long period of development, production and waiting time, in the book series MOTTE, which started in 2012 with two books.
The artist’s book “MOTTE 3 – typisch”, with works by Ronald de Bloeme, Tony Franz, Andreas Hildebrandt, Stefan Lenke, Clemens Reinecke, Alexandra Schewski, Silvio Zesch and Frank Zitzmann, is one of the most technically elaborate books published by SALZ-Verlag.
“MOTTE 3 – typisch” is a purely typographic book that summarizes various possibilities of typography in hand print. The beginnings of the idea and the first meetings for the development of the respective work began already in 2016 in the Graphic Workshop Dresden, which is to be thanked especially for the support of the project, where the participating artists met and worked on their respective idea to develop a book. The respective works were worked out with the means of the manual sentence or the book printing, whereby the artists worked partly with the lead etchings of the workshop and in some cases also made clichés for the printing of the respective idea.
The resulting work, the remaining pages of the book and the extremely elaborate envelope were then over a longer period partly together with the respective artists in the Graphic Workshop Dresden on a pressure press (noodle) by Silvio Zesch printed and then in Podrosche by Brit Richter and Silvio Zesch tied.
In addition, we would like to draw your attention to the book presentation, in which the book will be presented and the participating artists will also be present in part.
Your SALZ publishing house
MOTTE 3 – typisch
Ronald de Bloeme, Tony Franz, Andreas Hildebrandt, Stefan Lenke, Clemens Reinecke, Alexandra Schewski, Silvio Zesch und Frank Zitzmann
24 pages | 8.07 x 5.51 inch | Book printing │ Hardcover
30 copies num./sig.
250,00 € (available)
BOOK PRESENTATION MOTTE 3 – TYPISCH
Thursday, 6.9.2018 from 19 o’clock in the “goldene Pforte” on Martin-Luther-Str. 15 in Dresden