Stoikerinnen. Kasia Fudakowski. Apparent Extent

Posted in art, Motto Berlin event, Motto Berlin store, Paul Haworth, performance on September 1st, 2014
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Stoikerinnen. Kasia Fudakowski. 

This record is part of the exhibition ‘Stoikerinnen\’ by Kasia Fudakowski, June 14 – September 19, 2014 at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg, curated by Anna Sabrina Schmid.

Music sampled with kind permission from ‘Don’t Split Valley and Hill’ by Tobias Levin and Volker Zander. Recorded at Electric Avenue Studio, Westwerk e. V., Hamburg, 2014. Published by Apparent Extent and Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof. All rights reserved.

Featuring Alexander Brenchley, Dorothy Feaver, Christopher Fillipini, Kasia Fudakowski, Sam de Groot, Paul Haworth, William Kherbek, Helen Marten, Ayumi Rahn, Anna Sabrina Schmid and Anna Szaflars


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I’m not on fire – Carsten Tabel

Posted in books, literature, Motto Berlin event on October 21st, 2010
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I’m not on fire
Carsten Tabel
gestaltet von/ designed by Sam de Groot
Broschur, 96 S., 15×17 cm/ Paperback, 96 p., 15×17 cm
Auflage 750/ edition 750
deutsch/ german
Published by Lubok Verlag

The publication is released on the occasion of the exhibition “The difference between you and me is that I’m not on fire” showing works of the Leipzig artist at galerieKleindienst from October 21 to November 20, 2010. We cordially invite you to the opening and book presentation on October 21, 2010 at 8 pm at galerieKleindienst, Leipzig.
The reading by the author of selected texts from “I’m not on fire” will take place at the Lubok Zentrale, Paul-Gruner-Straße 64, Leipzig, on October 29 at 6.30 pm.

Letter To Robin Kinross (reprint)

Posted in art, distribution, Motto Berlin store, Motto Zürich store, typography, writing on August 1st, 2010
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Andy de Fiets: Letter to Robin Kinross
Paul Haworth & Sam de Groot

22-year-old Andy de Fiets, on the verge of graduating from his graphic design studies, writes to his hero: Hyphen Press publisher Robin Kinross. Andy offers unsolicited advice, seeks much-needed guidance, and shares his thoughts on matters such as typography, The Smiths, Islamic fundamentalism, proper clothing, the homeless, dust covers.

Andy spots every comma but misses every point. A delightful typographic comedy!

Second printing June 2010 (with seventeen minor amendments and a photo insert of Andy himself jumping from a bridge in Zürich)
210 × 125 mm, 24 pages + cover, printed offset in black and red, stapled
ISBN 978-94-90006-01-3

D 5€

Available for distribution