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Poemotion 3

Poemotion 3
Poemotion 3
In the fall of 2016, the long-awaited third installment of Takahiro Kurashima’s series Poemotion ...
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In the fall of 2016, the long-awaited third installment of Takahiro Kurashima’s series Poemotion will be published. In the previous edition, color was added; this time he goes back to the roots. Thirty abstract graphic and geometric shapes are brought to life by a black plastic foil. Only when it is laid on the paper do the shapes begin to dance, jump, spin and weave, the reader experiencing the impressive moiré-effect in a playful way.

  • © 2016 Takahiro Kurashima and Lars Müller Publishers
  • 7" x 9" x 0.3"
  • 64 pages, 30 illustrations
  • Hardcover
  • ISBN 978-3037785133
  • 1 lb
Poemotion 3
Poemotion 3
Poemotion 3
Poemotion 3


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