Perro Burro is a independent publishing platform understood as a playground for exploring various paths of storytelling. Subtle observations evolve into a manifold of hidden stories from parallel worlds captured with a playful tone of voice. This various narratives are exercised in different mediums, ranging from images, illustrations, typography, photography, animation, objects and clothes. Initiated by Moriz Oberberger during his studies at Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem.
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An original copy – Gilberto Hiraldo Barrientos This is the story of a tropical book pirate, presented as part of Boiling Room for Hot Reading, Werkplaats Typografie at the New York Art Book Fair 2018, Boiler Room, MOMA PS1, NYC, September 2018
Print: Riso Pages: 60 Year: 2018
Los Amigos de la Calle This project tells the stories of the ignored characters of the streets of Mexico. Characters of the grafica popular in Mexico used as symbols for grocery shops, bakerys, hairdressers or laundry rooms. In this first edition those characters are translated into a silk-screen printed T-Shirt in black and red with illustrations from unknown mexican artists and meet in a newspaper in 3 short stories by Ana Lucia Vargas Sandoval
Daniel & Rudi A telephone book a suggestive fictional story. Daniel R. & Rudi O. loved their books. Over the course of their lives, they collected around 30.000 all together. This book is a record of the telephone conversations these two men may or may not have had.
Contribution for residency of WT at Sitterwerk, St.Gallen, Switzerland Print: Digital Pages: 180 Format: A4 Year: 2018
Supersize #2 It is the second iteration of a series of very large drawings translated into three different formats; a book, a sweater and a mural. It’s the outcome of personal observations and stereotypical representations of the ordinary daily life in Mexico. It was first drawn on a sheet of paper, then, resized and decomposed into a book. After that a detail was taken out for the sweaters and it was reunited again for the mural. Enlarging the drawing into a super size is a method that aims to unveil the truth between the stereotypes and reality, similar to a magnifying glass that allows us to discover the truthful nature of the object we are looking at. Presented to the public on 11th of January at LLespacio gallery, Mexico City
Collaboration with the mexican streetwearbrand Pay's Size Sweater: M,L Print Book: 4 color Riso by Herr & Frau Rio Pages: 100 Year: 2018
New York Streets collected Signs and Symbols during several walks in the streets of New York and then translated into a poster.
Voy de Paso Photobook about a journey through Mexico in 2016/2017.
Print: Digital Pages: 300 pages Format: A4 Paper: Recycled Paper Year: 2017
Glacier River Silkscreen print in Black and Silver of an analog photo taken in the Aletsch Glacier region in the swiss alps.
Print: Silkscreen in Black and Silver Year: 2016
Vamonos! De paso por Mexico This book describes a personal journey through the surrealistic world of Mexico. All photos in the book taken with an analog camera.
Print: Digital Size: 148 x 210 mm Paper: Munken Cream Pages: 300 pages Year: 2015
Vai lá Timão This book zooms into the highly dramatical situations on the field during the FIFA 2014 soccer worlcup in Brasil. At the same time it's an examination of the visual signs spread around in the cities Munich and Zurich during the worldcup.
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