Calin Kruse: Kosmos

A photozine about moments. Not about the moment itself, but about being part of it.

Photozine
Copper metallic dust cover
32 pages: 8 digital printed pages (covers) on 170 g/m² vellum paper + 24 risograph-printed pages
13 x 19.5 cm, hand-bound
Print run: 50 numbered copies
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