Thursday 4 August 2016, 7pm: Paul Soulellis Talk @ Post Internet Cafe, Web-to-print-to-street

New York-based graphic designer, aritst, teacher and publisher Paul Soulellis will present the Library of the Printed Web and we’ll launch the latest issue of PW4, featuring Wolfgang Ploeger, Lorna Mills, Molly Soda, Travess Smalley, Angela Genusa, Eva and Franco Mattes, Anouk Kruithof, Elisabeth Tonnard, Christopher Clary and Michael Connorand.

573760bb5ccacf6f4e43f87eCover: Angela Genusa (l) / Eva and Franco Mattes (r)

Next to The Library of the Printed Web, Paul presents the outcome of the Open Set workshop Web-to-print-to-street.*

Paul Soulellis is the founder of Library of the Printed Web, a physical archive devoted to web-to-print artists’ books, zines and other printout matter. The Printed Web project “embraces the fluid movement between material and digital realms that characterizes our age.” He curates, designs and publishes print-on-demand publications that have featured the work of over 180 contemporary artists. According to Soulellis, Printed Web artists “‘perform publishing’ by investigating multiple materialities and design possibilities as their works travel through the network.”
He is a contributing editor and curator at Rhizome and an Assistant Professor of graphic design at Rhode Island School of Design.

This event is hosted by Eleanor Vonne Brown, founder of X Marks the Bökship, a bookshop and project space for independent publishers in London and our collaborator at the Post Internet Cafe.

*Paul Soulellis is one of the the tutors of the Open Set Dutch Graphic Design Summer School 2016 in Rotterdam.

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Elisabeth Tonnard (l) / Anouk Kruithof (r)

 

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