Affiches de conférence, ENSBA Lyon. (recherches en cours…)

Lecture posters for the ENSBA Lyon.
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Travail en cours, monographie de l’artiste surréaliste belge et précurseur de l’art contemporain Marné Broogritte (1898—1976) sous le titre Mots moules objets.


Work in progress, monography of belgian surrealist and precursor of contemporary art practises Marné Broogritte (1898—1976) titled Mots moules objets (Words mussels objects).

Travail en cours, monographie de l’artiste surréaliste belge et précurseur de l’art contemporain Marné Broogritte (1898—1976) sous le titre Mots moules objets.

Work in progress, monography of belgian surrealist and precursor of contemporary art practises Marné Broogritte (1898—1976) titled Mots moules objets (Words mussels objects).
Jungle (2013) Feutre sur papier, a4. Wonder (2014) série de quatres affiches, a3, laser n&b.

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«Un film fantôme» (2013) 300 pages, 19,5 × 24cm, laser n&b.

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Projet en cours autour de la découverte d’Homo Floresiensis, une nouvelle espèce du genre Homo et du mythe du Ebu Gogo sur l’île de Flores en Indonésie. New fanzine coming sooon! A summer working with Martin Kohout @TLTRPreß — A4, 17 pages + 3 folded A3 (2013)

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Très — (feat. Tiphaine Brelay)
Type design made during a workshop by Thomas Huot-Marchand at ENSBA Lyon in 2013.

Typographie réalisée durant un workshop de Thomas Huot-Marchand à l’ENSBA Lyon in 2013.

Très — (feat. Tiphaine Brelay)
Type design made during a workshop by Thomas Huot-Marchand at ENSBA Lyon in 2013.

Typographie réalisée durant un workshop de Thomas Huot-Marchand à l’ENSBA Lyon in 2013.
The Significance Of The Photographic Image In a Filmic Context
A book by Paulius Petraitis (also known as Paul Paper for his photographic work) + a serie of .JPG by Niko Princen.
Designed with and for TLTRPREß. Edition of 250 available through Motto Distribution also available as an ebook here. 11,2 × 18 cm, 96 pages.

“Most recent debates about the impact of digitalization on photography either advocate a rupture between analog and digital, or deny that there are any differences at all. The present project, however, wants to emphasize the continuity of several cultural aspects without denying the differences between the two ways of image-making. Paulius Petraitis’ text follows a trajectory around a less focused relation in film and photography and adds both to the so-called “classic” understanding of photographic images, as well as rejecting any rupture in the current cultural perception of photography.” — Sahar Askari

See more Stolen, The Gallery of Missing Masterpieces (April 2013) A3 Riso poster featuring stolen art + A5 zine with texts both extracted from the eponym book found at the St Mitchell Library, Glasgow. Published by Museums Press. Web-flyer I did for the launch of The significance of the photographic image in a filmic context, by Paulius Petraitis (also known as Paul Paper), a book I designed for TLTRPReß this summer.
The .gif’s an extract from 37°2 le matin by Jean-Jacques Beineix (1986).
The book is available through Motto Distribution here.