For Glasmuseet Ebeltoft we designed the book for the exhibition Walking in the Void. The artists behind the exhibition, the American-Swiss couple Philip Baldwin & Monica Guggisberg, rank among the elite of contemporary artists working in glass. Dougald Hine, writer & cofounder of “a school called HOME” contributed to the book with an essay in twelve chapters. Exhibition photos by Christoph Lehmann. Read more about the exhibition and see more pictures herework in progress – cookbook from Camillo’s Kitchen
During the next week or so we will finalize the design, the writing and the editing of the cookbook from Camillo’s Kitchen. Then we’ll send it off to the printing house – and cross what ever we have that everything will work out in the best way. Launch and tour dates to be announced very soon. The Lower East team behind and the photographer Malthe Ivarsson are looking very, very much forward.
Here’s a sneak peak from the finishing of the book; checking photos, creating illustrations, hand-drawing the last two letters (y and æ), writing, editing and proof reading.
Even a very beautiful poster with the most common fish will be produced, illustrated by the fabulous Juliana Toro – including the names of the different fish in four languages.
Please, keep hanging on here at the blog for more info.Voices of the Forest
The Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto is right now having an wonderful exhibition, Voices of the Forest, at Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg, Denmark. The exhibition will run until mid of October this year.
We at Lower East designed the book for the exhibition – you can see and read more about the book and the exhibition under our work at our website.Lower East love designing books
New book – will be published this week, November 4th. “Vi mødes i Brugsen“, the story behind the danish Coop. Written by Kristian Ditlev Jensen, published by Samvirke, designed by Lower East. 300-and-something pages, lots of pics. Written in the danish.
Get a sneak peak here; the cover and some fine spreads from the book.