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Costa Ragazzo
— Floris Hoorelbeke


specs

●200 limited copies numbered by the artist
●210mm by 275mm
●64 pages + cover
●first 32 pages black and white offset print
on 80g Munken Lynx
●last 32 pages 4 color (with fluorescent pink instead of magenta) offset print
on 300g Munken Lynx
●500g glossy transparent pvc cover
with gold hot foil print
●gold wire-o binding


With the title Costa Ragazzo — literally translated Italian for coast boy — Floris (°1991) takes us back to his roots by the ocean where life of glitter, glamour, casinos and soccer rules the beach. As all these aspects of the wonderful rich beach life result mostly in a crappy kitsch aesthetic where gold chains and Italian language are misinterpreted, Floris his work is anything but that. Starting from pure chaos with all kinds of black, paint and spray he gradually refines his pieces by finding beauty in the small things of life, and ads some fantastic colours when necessary. You can follow Floris Hoorelbeke on florishoor.tumblr.com for daily updates on his work.

The book will be launched and shipped at the end of October ’17.


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Autolubrifiant
— François Van Damme


specs

200 numbered copies
297mm x 210mm
304 pages
243 drawings
black and white offset
2-color screen printed A2 sized bookcover
plastic wrap


Between 2012 and 2013 François produced over 3000 drawings. With a pen or pencil — he found somewhere — he draws in every possible situation. Many of them are collaborations with unknown people at a local bar. This book consists of a selection of black and white drawings which are put in the order from light to dark. François doesn't stop to produce. Follow him on flickr where you can find his screen prints and where he takes his new drawings to a next level…