Books

DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST TOMORROW HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Wednesday 2 March

Photographer Sanne Peper, made several trips through the Deep South of the US. There is lot’s of nature in this book. But it is not about that. She feels very uncomfortable in nature. To her nature is death.

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MAYDAN – HUNDRED PORTRAITS

Wednesday 2 March

This book is printed like a newspaper, on newspaper stock (only a bit thicker). Something had to be found to assure that the image quality would be photographic. For me it was a first time to work with one of them big Newspaper presses.

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PEOPLE PLACE PURPOSE

Wednesday 2 March

A book about the philosophy from which Mecanoo creates their projects. It is full of images form different sources. So the first responsibility for me is to make them work together. To prevent the book form looking fragmented.

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ROCHESTER 585/716

Monday 29 February

A group of 10 Magnum photographers investigated the city of Rochester. In 1000 images a portrait of the city is given. For me it was a challenge to prepare all those images in limited time.

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MY LAST DAYS AT SEVENTEEN

Wednesday 24 February

A long term project by photographer Doug Dubois, this book is about teenagers growing up to adults. The series was shot in Ireland in one particular area. Doug came back each summer for 6 years in a row. Many of the images are staged.

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OJEIKERE

Sunday 22 February

Ojeikere won quite some fame with his images of the intricate hairdo’s of Nigerian women. The intention was after his death to publish a comprehensive catalogue of all his work.

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WILD PIGEON

Monday 24 November

This is the second book I made with Carolyn Drake. So I was familiar with her visual language and could set out straight away refining the expression on the images.
The paper choice was based on my suggestion.

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10×10 JAPANESE PHOTOBOOKS

Wednesday 24 September

10×10 Photobooks and ICP entrusted me the task to produce a perfectly printed and bound book for them. 10×10 and ICP being based in New York, had no possibility to follow steps in production.

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