Landfill Editions: Mould Map 3

Landfill Editions: Mould Map 3
January 13, 2014 Calverts_123

MOULD MAP Cover

Mould Map Dust Jacket

Mould Map Inners

Mould Map Fluro inners

The latest in the Mould Map series – an anthology of cutting edge contemporary narrative art – includes 216 hallucinogenic A4 pages with tipped in A5 booklets, dust jacket and limited edition posters, printed in CMYK and 9 spot pantone colours.

It’a veritable visual feast best appreciated by dropping by and checking out a sample copy.

 

Check out Edie Fake’s review and more pictures at Book by its Cover. We can’t help quoting:

 

“The book is further enriched by the obvious thought and care that went into production. The printing of Mould Map is a thing to behold – glassy slick, with a disarming collision of spot colors, strange glossy textures and a host of auxiliary material. Dazzling and distracting as a screen but working decidedly as print, this is an extremely considered object, a record of an aesthetic and time deeply indebted to Donna Haraway’s Cyborg Manifesto and the triumph of the mutable mindset. Mould Map’s seamless curation and cultural playfulness makes for an astounding amorphous portrait of the present, the internet, and the language of comics.”

 

Published by Landfill Editions. Printed by Calverts. Available to buy from Famicon Express.

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