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Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, Günter Braus and HQ: all icons of printed paper. What could be more important that declaring our belief in books and their ability to allow thoughts, ideas and fantasies to become real an interactive counterpoint to disappear into the fleetingness and incomprehensibility of the digital age. A conglomerate of creativity pointing the way ahead, coupled with a subtle display of what is feasible when it comes to printing. Self-referential typography is uncalled for here. It is more about requiring a creative framework that encompasses the world and makes the fragmentary nature of perception comprehensible in book form.
Heine / Lenz / Zizka Projekte GmbH
Frankfurt / Berlin, Germany