Blank Note books by Stefan Marx
Stefan Marx draws a great deal on a variety of grounds: large- and small-sized, colored or white paper; on cardboard, porcelain, skateboards, or textiles. He also always likes to draw in small notebooks. He takes them everywhere, because they are convenient, lightweight, and are the right size for any idea. Marx has developed an edition out of these notebooks, with four different covers and surprising drawings here and there on the inside pages—four sketch books one ISBN. The luck of the draw, or coincidence, determines which cover goes to whom, or preferably, you can acquire the whole set, if you like. This is a unique notebook for all big and small ideas, thoughts, or texts.
STEFAN MARX (*1979 Schwalmstadt, Hesse) is a draftsman, skateboarder, illustrator, and cultural philosopher. He publishes artist books through his own publishing company, makes record covers for various labels, and shows his work at art book fairs and galleries. His work has been seen in numerous international exhibitions, and he does illustrations for programs and labels. In August 2019 his columns on vegetables appeared daily in The New York Times.
Published by Hatje Cantz
2019. 144 pp., 4 ills.
10.50 x 16.50 cm