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Anatomy of a Fairy Tale by Andreas Greiner

Contributed by Gareth Hague on Oct 3rd, 2016. Artwork published in .
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Source: www.collectorsagenda.com Andreas Greiner. License: All Rights Reserved.

The monograph is published by Verlag für moderne Kunst and is presented in two versions: one for commercial sale and one special edition limited to 100 copies. The special edition features a textile cover, infused with micro-organisms to cultivate unique patterns co-designed by nature and Greiner’s experimental methods. Captured and suspended in time, abstract splashes of color in varying gradations have been fixed by a process of sterilization—preventing further transformation while producing an individualized record of the transitory structures of nature. — Berlin Art Link

The Limited edition has a textile cover, infused with micro-organisms
Source: www.susannahertrich.com Andreas Greiner. License: All Rights Reserved.

The Limited edition has a textile cover, infused with micro-organisms

Standard edition front vover
Source: vfmk.org Andreas Greiner. License: All Rights Reserved.

Standard edition front vover

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Source: vfmk.org Andreas Greiner. License: All Rights Reserved.
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Source: vfmk.org Andreas Greiner. License: All Rights Reserved.

2 Comments on “Anatomy of a Fairy Tale by Andreas Greiner”

  1. The text face could be Calluna.

  2. Thanks, Matthijs! Looks like a match.

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