Printing letterpress

After my friends at the Point conference prematurely uploaded a video that had neither been filmed professionally, nor edited at all, Frerk Lintz, a colleague who actually makes films for a living, came to my studio and shot a few sequences. We decided not to make a voice-over because if you don’t get what’s going on, this video isn’t for you in the first place.

Frerk runs a website with great video interviews. Most of them are in German, but all of them are fun to watch.


Printing on my old Korrex in Berlin from erik spiekermann on Vimeo.


21 comments

  1. There were 200 prints, signed and numbered. I printed no. 250 just for me.

  2. I really enjoyed this. I’ve watched it twice. I like using older machine systems because it really makes you look at what you’re doing and think about your work in a new way. Of course, it’s not always a very realistic thing to do, using older machinery, especially now with the Internet.

    Kudos to your professional friend. I wish I had the time to sit down and learn the basics of video editing so that I could at least upload videos that look not-horrendous but…I have so many other things to do that yeah maybe not.

  3. Joerg

    Is there still a chance to get a signed print?

    Joerg

    1. Nein, leider nicht. Die Jungs von der Point Konferenz haben alle weggegeben. Ich habe höchstens in Berlin noch ein paar unnummerierte, die müsstest du dir abholen.

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