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‘Makulatur 2010–2016’ by Studio Manuel Raeder

Makulatur, a German word that derives from lat. maculatura ‘something stained’, refers to misprinted paper that is discarded at the beginning of the printing process as useless and worthless. In 2010, the graphic designer Manuel Raeder started to collect and preserve misprinted sheets of all the publications he designed not only for his own publishing house BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE but also for fellow artists and institutions.

These original waste paper sheets, with different qualities and grammatures, — trails, testy or stains — were combined to a new volume as a compilation of maculae ‘stains’. Thus, dissolving the spoiled material from the realm of invisibility and displays it to the public whereby the ‘Makulatur’ book reveals and reflects on the conventions of a book.

Published by BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE.

With texts by Abraham Cruzvillegas, Eran Schaerf, Mela Dàvila Freire and Manuel Raeder.
English, 190 x 250 mm, 336 pages with color illustrations, ISBN: 978-3-943514-60-5

Available at BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE.