Thursday, January 5, 2012

The Silkscreen Editions of Icinori

Icinori is a small DIY silkscreen publisher based in France, featuring the work of Raphael Urwiller and Mayumi Otero, and friends. Urwiller and Otero produce all of the books and posters which are for sale in small editions and sell out quickly. The pop-up above appears to be their newest wordless book which is quite grand. More of their brightly-colored work can be seen below, and on their blog and flickr site. I cannot wait to see more work from them.   

Animals, Urwiller, 2010. Wordless accordion book, printed in an edition of 25.

Residues of Sirens, by Clemence Pollet, 2009. 70 copies, sold out.

Weeders, 2009 by Raphael Urwiller. 70 copies, sold out.

No Man's Land, 2009. 35 copies with 20 different colors on the inside alone. Sold out. 

Gourdin, 2009, 25 copies, sold out.

Retarded, by Brecht Vandenbroucke, 2009, 40 copies, sold out.


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