Keep Grafik print alive with Posterzine’s lithographically printed tribute to Erik Spiekermann
In this “extremely special 35th issue” Posterzine showcases the work of renowned German designer, writer and infamous typographer Erik Spiekermann.
This "Don't work for assholes" issue has kindly been supported by MOO. Spiekermann founded MetaDesign (1979) and FontShop (1988) and is behind the design of well-known brands such as Audi, Bosch, VW, German Railways and Heidelberg Printing to name a few. “In this fabulous issue, you can find an exclusive interview with Erik where he tells us why we shouldn't work for assholes with a glorious fold-out A1 version of his original letterpress printed poster” notes the publication/ poster which is lithographically printed by Pressision Ltd onto quality G.F.Smith Naturalis paper using process black and warm red ink.
Proceeds from Posterzine sales will go to Grafik in the hope of someday bringing it back into print, so please show your support and keep print alive.
Grab your own copy here.
Images via Posterzine
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