Phrygian Mode by Timo Vaittinen

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Phrygian Mode presents a series of coal drawings by Timo Vaittinen reproduced as Risograph prints. Drawings are loosely based on
the form of a phrygian hat. Phrygian hat was a symbol of freedom
in the french revolution and as pileus hats worn by freedmen in ancient Rome. Hats resembling phrygian hats are worn by the Smurfs, christmas elves, catholic bishops and Jaques Cousteau, also a psychedelic mushroom, liberty cap, is named after the form of phrygian hat.

Title: Phrygian Mode
Artist: Timo Vaittinen
Design: the artist
Printing: the artist, Vallilan Risopaja / Kalasataman Seripaja Publisher: Rooftop Press, 2017

74 pages
235 x 350 mm
Inside: 2-colour risograph on Munken Print Cream 70g Cover: single-colour silkscreen on Curios White Gold 250g Perfect bound
Edition on 100, hand numbered
ISBN 978-952-7258-00-02

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