From Our Blog
1 December 2011
Not ours entirely of course, but a corner of Vitsoe’s London store opened yesterday as “Visual Editions at Vitsoe”, as part of our month long December collaboration.
15 November 2011
It’s pretty much a year to the day since we launched Tree of Codes, that “book full of holes” as it’s now commonly known. And our first title with Jonathan Safran Foer.
A real labour of love and an extreme example of creative collaboration, it’s fitting then, that we’re now showcasing and putting up for sale the limited edition, numbered and signed Tree of Codes posters. The posters are made from the original first edition die-cut running sheets in Belgium, they’re huge, beautiful and, well, full of holes. It all feels a little like a one-year-on book birthday party.
30 June 2011
It was about this time last year that we first went to Belgium to meet with our printers: to see how everything was going and hear whether Tree of Codes could even be made. After getting over the initial sigh of relief (with a lot of denial thrown in), the printers started to show us around. There were big machines everywhere, lots of noise and sheets. Large sheets of paper waiting to be trimmed down to make books. And then we saw our sheets. The sheets for Tree of Codes.