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Book exploring the composition and construction of Sonnenzimmer's screen printed posters.
401 backers pledged $20,690 to help bring this project to life.

We are funded - The Selection

Posted by Sonnenzimmer (Creator)

This month marks a special occasion – not only because of the support of the book, but we were just notified that a selection of our posters were accepted into the collection of the Art & Design Department at the Art Institute of Chicago. We mention this, not to brag, but because it is the result of many INDIVIDUALS who have gone out on a limb to stand for the development of an image language that tethers on the edge of functionality and expression. We humbly thank you for doing that with this book as well, and we'll work hard to make these valuable resources count.
Sometimes the universe alines itself for a magical moment! Apparently, it's June 2012 for us.
As we have a bit of a head start with initiating Warp & Weft: Poster Construction by Sonnenzimmer, we wanted to put out a call to you–our backers–to pitch your favorite poster that you would like for us to possibly include in our selection of 30. You can view our past work here. This way, we won't forget to include any that you deem important to the book. As you are a vital part of making this publishing effort happen, we regard your opinion highly. We won't be in touch for a while, but hope to post process photos over the next couple of months.

Thank you again for your valuable resources and support,
Nick and Nadine


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    1. Cody Tumblin on

      The type/ drawing/ and digital elements in this piece are great:

      and same goes for the Aphex Twin poster. Really excellent mesh of elements.

    2. Connor Bell on

      i think the smalltown supersound tour poster would be interesting to include given the design was done for kim hiorthøy who is an inspirational designer in his own right. - connor