“VERTIGO” – Thirteen characters hidden among the folds of the Japanese Moleskine Album, following by the poetry of Altagracia Flores:
“We were hanging
Over the city
into the void »
Libri Finti Clandestini is an experimental project that examines the concept of recycling in relation with design and publishing. Founded in 2012 in Rome by Yghor Kowalvsky, El Pacino and Aniv Delarev, its aim is to create real books using only waste paper “found around”, which people consider to be rubbish. Indeed, all the paper with which the books are created is found in different places such as laboratories, libraries, abandoned buildings, paper mills… Books are therefore individually bound by hand, stamped and numbered, becoming a little pop up books in a small editions, collaborations with artists or single piece books ready to be used, drawn in, written in, or given any other meaning the owner chooses.