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The studio works with wide range of project including art direction, book design, illustration, type design and consulting.
Red Love: A Reader on Alexandra Kollontai
Essay collection on Alexandra Kollontai –
a Russian revolutionary, and later one of the world’s first woman ambassadors.
This 520 pages book is printed in gold – red –
black with hand colored edges (different colors)
and is distributed by Sternberg Press (Berlin),
W – Czech edition of Swedish writer
Steve Sem-Samdberg’s award-winning novel.
A ruthless study of the vulnerable human being
painted on a canvas of the early 19th century Europe.
Hand printed cover illustrations.
Neon signs and advertising maps the history of neon signage in Prague from the early 1900 through its modernist heydays in 1920 to postwar development.
Richly illustrated with never seen before photographs, including futuristic work by fine art artist Zdenek Pesanek, designers Ladislav Sutnar, Svatopluk Innemann and many others.
Husitská Revoluce (Hussite Revolution) An overview of the Hussite movement – the most important forerunners of the Protestant Reformation) that began in the Kingdom of Bohemia in the early 1400 and quickly spread throughout the remaining Lands of the Bohemian Crown.
Written by historian Petr Cornej, who is
specializing in the history of the late
Middle Ages, and the Hussites in particular.
Novichok or bullet – How Putin's critics die
Investigative journalist Ondrej Kundra mapping the GRU and
its sophisticated system of elimination of regime critics in modern Russia. Sallisbury, Skripal, Navalny and many more.
Chilling reading about today’s world of agents, intelligence services and ruthless world of politics.
Ostrava Modern and Industrial – City of Ostrava
once an industrial heart of the Austro-Hungarian empire is filled with amazing industrial architecture gems – this book by historian Martin Strakoš and photographers Josef Horázný & Martin Štěrba describes many of them.
Zmizelá Praha (The Forgotten Prague) maps Prague’s forgotten excursion places, walks and historical sites through drawings, paintings and prints, from (mostly) the 19th century. This second volume of the series focuses on the places behind the Prague walls on the right bank of the river Moldau.
The book can not only give us an inside of the Praguers lifestyle back then, but can also serve as
an guide to experience the transformation of the locations in last two centuries.
Adam Michnik / Vaclav Havel interviews
between 1978–2011. ”One can only wonder
the foresight with which Havel and Michnik
reveal the problems of nationalism and the degradation of public debate into populist
“This is why the book is read not as a historical document, but as a lively contribution to today’s discourse”. (Michael Zantovsky)
Skrivandets förhandlingar —
winner of the Most beatiful Swedish book 2018 and winner of the Type Directors Club certificate of Typographic Excellence.
The Most Beauriful Swedish Book catalogue presents
all the selected 25 books in detail and in 1:1 scale.
Dust cover jacket and winner diplomas are printed
Prague Modern Architectural Guide 1850–2000
is a sort of ”best of” previously published volumes Praha Moderní (1–4).
Now in English and probably the only guide architecture and design interested visitor needs. Including maps and routes with some of the most spectacular Prague buildings. From art nouveau
to modernism and from Adolf Loos to Jean Nouvel.
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