A new city guide for Antwerp Design Week! Professional customers will have the opportunity to explore high-end design brands and meet the talented people behind them during the Antwerp Design Week in June. This guide can be obtained at the 15 participating companies.
The art of taking side ways, exploring the possibilities of two-dimensional forms in three dimensions. Shifting and evolving, moving back and forth between autonomous projects and more applied and functional designs. Happy end-of-year everyone!
“This is Casimir’s ‘truth’. The multifaceted ‘truth’ that he wants to formulate in and with this book. A book that wants to be an example of deconstruction in terms of its form, graphically and technically, and that wants to be open to self-fulfilment, for example by separating text and images. And like a Lego block, it is a book that aims to rekindle and stimulate the reader’s fantasy, just like Casimir’s furniture.” Marc Holthof
4 Texts / 4 writers. Each writer approaches the oeuvre from a different angle, based on their specialty. Francis Smets frames the works as furniture art, Marc Holthof's text is based on multiple interviews with Casimir, Virginia Tassinari writes about Casimir's layered work from a cultural-philosophical perspective and Fredie Floré reflects in a cultural-historical way on his furniture making.
The limited edition of The Book is with bookend named 'Border.' Border places The Book across the border of the book row. Border is the semiotic translation of the main content of The Book.
Book published by Hopper & Fuchs, printed at Stockmans Art Books.
Hot off the press! Drawing from his own archives, Harry Gruyaert has recently started to produce short films made from still photographs with original soundtracks by @tuurflorizoone , which bring a new dimension to his pictures and reveal the distinctive cinematographic quality of his photography. Harry Gruyaert lives in Paris and is represented by @galleryfiftyone in Antwerp. Publications printed @stockmansartbooks , graphic design undercast.
A new book project "Trying to make it real" Bruno V. Roels' shows his unique process, in which he chooses to abandon the search for the perfect print. His approach to consider all variations as equally important leads to beautiful prints and compositions. Bruno V. Roels is represented by the renowned art gallery Fifty One. Published by Hopper & Fuchs, printed at Stockmans Art Books.
As part of the Casimir/Indera collaboration, an initial series of seven small furniture pieces have been given the name Folded, which refers to the source of the furniture artist’s inspiration: the Japanese folding art of origami. We have kept the communication in the same philosophy. A new brochure that folds and unfolds in a special way.
Om jongeren tussen 10 en 20 jaar preventiever te ondersteunen hebben we samen met TEJO en enkele andere organisaties een reizende belevingsexpo uitgewerkt. De expo WE(L) ZIJN JONG! focust op drie belangrijke thema’s: het persoonlijk welzijn van jongeren, hun rechten en waar ze hulp vinden wanneer ze het moeilijk hebben. De expo nodigt iedereen uit om op een creatieve en participatieve manier deel te nemen en te bouwen aan een beter welzijn voor álle jongeren. De belevingsexpo is nog tot 28 januari 2022 te bezoeken in het Maagdenhuis.
Grafisch Ontwerp: undercast / Scenografie: Leen de Brabandere & An Vanderhoydonck / Productie: Etoile Mécanique
Explore the work of top photographers and up-and-coming talent from Belgium and beyond at the 2nd AntwerpPhoto Festival. This summer visitors can take in exhibitions by Jimmy Kets, Erwin Olaf, Iconobelge III, the Prix Carmingnac and the graduation projects of Sint Lucas Antwerp. Photo credits @jimmy_kets_professional_page
Verticality by Wesley Meuris, a new publication right from outer space! Book release and presentation of new works at gallery Annie Gentils, Sunday 2 May, 3pm - 6 pm, on show till 6 May. Printed @stockmansinspiredby
Hot off the press, our latest book-project just arrived! 'FEUE LA JOYEUSETÉ" by Arpaïs Du Bois! Book launch and book signing Saturday Feb. 27th, from 2 to 6 pm @ Gallery FIFTY ONE, published by Hopper&Fuchs 1200 numbered copies and a collector’s edition numbered I - XXX including 30 variations on a linocut. With contributions by Damien Sausset and Philippe Van Cauteren.
We’re thrilled to announce that our new calendar project "Eight Days a Week, Thirteen Months a Year" is printed and ready for distribution.
The calendar is used to playfully denounce the rat race of daily life and to compensate for lack of time. "Eight Days a Week, Thirteen Months a Year" indicates more time for oneself and especially for the people you care about! Part of the profits of this project will go to Tejo, an organisation dedicated to vulnerable young people between 10–20 years old.
Printed on G-Snow @arctic_paper @papyrus_europe Published @stockmansinspiredby