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The Verge

Contributed by Maria Doreuli on Jun 5th, 2019. Artwork published in .
    The Verge 1
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    From Eremenko Visual Communication:

    The Verge is an art project based on documentary photographic materials from the Second World War. After working in various photography archives, I came up with the idea of tracing the lives of individuals during this period. Previously unknown negatives from Soviet and German sources allow us to see the everyday realities of the war from both sides.”

    The photographs from the Arthur Bondar Collection are introduced with an English-language text by Arthur Bondar and a Russian/Cyrillic summary (not shown here), all set with various weights of CoFo Sans. It comes in a cardboard case with a screen printed title. More information can be found on a dedicated single page website in an English and a Russian version.

    The Verge 2
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 3
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 4
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 5
    Source: http://verge.tilda.ws License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 6
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 7
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 8
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 9
    Source: http://verge.tilda.ws License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 10
    Source: http://verge.tilda.ws License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 11
    Source: http://verge.tilda.ws License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Verge 12
    Source: http://eremenko-vis.com Konstantin Eremenko. License: All Rights Reserved.

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