Form Follows Junk
by Sebastian Cremers
Softcover, 86 pp., 210 x 297 mm,
partly printed with Riso (purple), letterpress, gravur printing and zerox
limited to 50ex
The content for this publication is junk, i.e. all kinds of stuff our society cannot use anymore and therefore throws it away. Individual participants were assigned to dig deep, collect, modify, convert, transform, destroy, recreate, install, transplant, repeat, disassemble and reassemble in order create images that would tell story. By printing with things or printing on things, this publication is entirely produced in the printing workshop using the various printing techniques at the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Germany. There are also several series of photograms created in the dark rooms of the photo laboratory. For this limited edition there were no computers involved in the process whatsoever.
with contributions by Alica Hildmann, Alicia victoria Kaiser, Janina Zorn, Kevin Rief, Dominik Münch, Daniela Villa Bascon, Jasmin Roger, Gabrielle Cortes Mata, Christiane Csaszar, Svenja Okrusch, Katharina Wagner under the supervision of Sebastian Cremers and Sandra Hoffmann Robbiani at the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Faculty of Design, Communication Design everyedition, 2019.