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The One Weekend Book Series
Graphic Tourism Since
Two Thousand And Three

The Collection of
Volumes One Through Five
Frankfurt am Main, Copenhagen, Berlin and New York City.

For the first time in its history "The One Weekend Book Series" has become accessible to a worldwide public.

Since 2003 Martin has been visiting artists who live in such as Berlin, Milan or New York. The objective of his travels has been to use the weekend to create a series of short, 48-page books that capture the two-day jaunts that he shares with these artists. The One Weekend Book Series are distributed exclusively in select bookstores throughout Europe.

Barcelona/NY-based Actar Publishers recompiled the first five volumes to a beautifully produced, 300-page volume that is now sold worldwide.

The book contains unpublished illustrations, comments, stories and interviews.

Author: Martin Lorenz
Project Management: Lupi Asensio + Martin Lorenz
American Typewriter: Rowan Joris McCuskey
Guest Artists: Tim Faulwetter, Rowan Joris McCuskey, Sune Ehlers, Kasper Riisholt, Rinah Lang, Elisabeth Schulze, Eike Koenig and Yoshi Sodeoka.

Pages: 300
Format: 14.85 X 21 cm

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The One Weekend Book Series

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Winner of the Laus 2007 for best book design.

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Client: Actar
Year: 2006
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Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction

Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 1 - Frankfurt am Main

Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main

Booklet 2 - Frankfurt am Main Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen Booklet 3 - Copenhagen

Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin Booklet 4 - Berlin

Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York Booklet 5 - New York

The dust jacket is four-color CMYK separation print, film-laminated, and silk-screened with sections of UV varnish.
The book was printed on six different paper types.
The introduction is attached to the dust jacket, while the inner textblock of the five booklets can be taken out.
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