Rostfrei Publishing started as an idea of creating a platform for bringing to light visual content we find inspiring, critical and inventive. That is what we did for many years with a trans-Balkan street magazine called Kontejner
and now we feel that it is time to take it to another level.
Today the "DICK SKINNERS", a photo book by Tadej Vaukman, went in-to printing. More news coming soon. Very soon!
We are currently in the process of editing all the photographs Tadej Vaukman shoot for his upcoming book and doing some final filming for a short trailer to back it up. Things are moving fast, so please stay tuned for the updates. Release date: Friday, July 10th 2015.
"Take three deep breaths" pre-sale discount available only till Friday, 28th of November. Emir signed all 200 copies that come wrapped in unique scarf, similar to the way people in parts of Bosnia keep their religious books.
"Take three deep breaths", a book by Emir Šehanović ESH is now available with a pre-sale discount price. Until 28th of November.
All books are signed and numbered by the artist and come wrapped in a unique scarf and are packed in a tin foil bag.
We are ready to heat and moisture for next days. Black and white are our colors. Surely corrodible.
Our shirt soon in store. Welcome.
Tomorrow we will present our books and future projects at the Galerija Fotografija as part of the national "Night of the Book" project. We will join Joco Žnidaršič, Meta Krese, Arne Hodalič, Matej Sitar, Boštjan Pucelj and Tanja Lažetić in the discussion about the photo books, publishing, self publishing, etc. We start at 19:00 PM.
Belgrade Raw book with photographs by Andrej Filev, Darko Stanimirović,
Luka Knežević-Strika, Milovan Milenković and Nemanja Knežević is available in our store.
Photo editing was done by Donald Weber.
Belgade Raw book is finally going in-to printing.
Today we OK'd the proof prints and on Monday we take it to the printing machine.
Two minutes look inside the book on Vimeo.
Also a few words about the background of essay.
"Between October of 2007 and March of 2008 I was able to
spend 3 days with a group of people involved in dog fights.
In those 3 visits I saw small puppies being encouraged to be more and more
violent in their playing, puppies that had their ears cut, to remove a potential
place where in a fight they cut get bitten, a female, that was getting ready for
a fight, but died from a heart attack while training. Probably because of steroids,
extensive training and pour nutrition. I saw backyard sparing matches and
a match with 10.000 EUR on the line. But I also saw eyes. Eyes that told me
things my photographs could never tell."