werken 6

werken 6

24,00 inkl. MwSt.

The anniversary edition of werken magazine is
dedicated to Timo Lenzen, a graphic designer and artist from Frankfurt. His
works are characterised by sharp light and dark contrasts and
architecture-inspired, surreal image constructions. Lenzen’s play with
spatiality in black and white and/or bold colours creates an extraordinary and
moving atmosphere.

For the sixth edition of werken magazine, Timo Lenzen
has created an exclusive image-motif, which is augmented by Bureau Mitte’s
unusual print concept: The anniversary edition is published as a
poster-size A0 format, and is mailed folded into an envelope that
comes with its own print design. One side of the poster shows an overview of
Lenzen’s work, the other features his unique motif spread across the entire
paper surface area. The poster has been conceived in such a way that a variety
of folds allow for a series of very individual constellation of the image
motif.

werken 6 is available as a limited edition of one
hundred prints.

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The anniversary edition of werken magazine is
dedicated to Timo Lenzen, a graphic designer and artist from Frankfurt. His
works are characterised by sharp light and dark contrasts and
architecture-inspired, surreal image constructions. Lenzen’s play with
spatiality in black and white and/or bold colours creates an extraordinary and
moving atmosphere.

For the sixth edition of werken magazine, Timo Lenzen
has created an exclusive image-motif, which is augmented by Bureau Mitte’s
unusual print concept: The anniversary edition is published as a
poster-size A0 format, and is mailed folded into an envelope that
comes with its own print design. One side of the poster shows an overview of
Lenzen’s work, the other features his unique motif spread across the entire
paper surface area. The poster has been conceived in such a way that a variety
of folds allow for a series of very individual constellation of the image
motif.

werken 6 is available as a limited edition of one
hundred prints.