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Moving Dots Speaking About Dots #2

Moving Dots Speaking About Dots #2

Bird Pit

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Moving Dots, Speaking about Dots #2
Rogier Arents & Bird Pit

printed and published by Knust/Extrapool & Corners
as part of Knust's book projects
Moving Dots, Speaking about Dots #2
February 2022

- 19,5 cm x 26 cm
- 32 pages (16 upper and 16 lower pages that can be flipped in both directions)
- stencil printed on Riso
16 pages by Knust: (yellow, fluor red, seafoam, black), (yellow, fluor pink, blue, black)
16 pages by Corners: (yellow, red, blue, black), (fluor yellow, fluor pink, fluor green, flat gold)
- cardboard cover with Gocco handprinted fluor blue puff ink
- purple spiral binding: Spronk Grafische Afwerking
- design cover and poster: Dong Bin Han

For this second edition of Moving Dots, Speaking about Dots Knust collaborated remotely with Seoul based studio Corners, to make a publication featuring artwork by Rogier Arents (NL) and Bird Pit( KR). Both designers reflect upon the core theme of the project, the dot. The dot metaphor it is to be found in many aspects of printmaking. Both literally as the primitive unit from which every image starts, but also technically, referring to the laser head burning dot after dot the image on the master page of stencil duplicators, or the halftone screen. What exactly happens in those dots, points, layers and gradients that are so familiar to us?

Bird Pit transformed the dots into characters of his colored pencil illustrations. They are creatures, precious fruits, but also playful tools and shapes that naturally surround us. Rogier's dots reflect the movements of the moon and its trajectory which leaves traces of its passage in the soft gradients.

Corners studio was paired with Rogier Arents while Knust worked together with Bird Pit. They both worked within a set of basic rules that reflect in the book shape and composition. Being their first time working with stencil printing the designers were guided through the translation of their artwork, suggesting color combinations and ways of working. The result is a playful publication that can be browsed in any direction and orientation.

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