i like your picture already and now i dive in your books!
what a present, i can't choose, that is impossible!i stuck my nose in your books some more!
my favorite one is the one called "Poems in the Night"
I like Básne...love the graphic design.Will take note about those rusians...Baricco start with Seda
ooooooooooooooh, I love them all.all those fabulous illustrations. I will have a proper long look when I have the time, but I really really dig the blue spaceship.
i cannot decide, i like all of them, maybe especially the poems black-and-whitish book. i am a german typography-'girl' (50 years!!!) living in ireland. i hope you won't stop blogging after returning to work, your blog is really inspiring. cheers from southwest-ireland eliane
My favorites are Vítězslav Nezval, Básně noci and the music book underneath it. So different from each other, but both so compelling. I just love music books and I have gathered quite many of them. You just gave me an idea about a blogpost to make some day.
Eliane, thank you for your nice comment but I couldn't get to your blog, it didn't allow me!
they are all fun!
I really enjoyed scrolling through your book category, some of the older posts I'd never seen. I loved the Jamaica sweater, the wild Cilla Ramnek, and ... your linocut stamp: did you make any more?
Yes, one for this Christmas. It is a simpler one and I will show it sometime. I didn't want to show it before it arrives to the actual people.
what book is this picture from? It is INCREDIBLE! it reminds me of the artist Peter Saul. I live in the US, if you would want to do a book trade, if you could get another of these, I could get something here (off AMAZON) or anywhere and try and send it cheaply. Let me know. Best, Ruth
oh i didn;t mean to be anonymous, its me above
Hi rr It is Jiří Šalamoun. The book is called Pan Tau a tisíc zázraků by Ota Hofman. I have the original one from 1974 and this is a reprint from 2009:http://www.kosmas.cz/knihy/147842/pan-tau-a-tisic-zazraku/These are the only ones with the full set of images by Salamoun. I think you can get it via bookfinder.com
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