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Colorado House is a small publishing company that focuses on beautiful, heart-warming editions based on collaborations with writers, artists, technicians and craftspeople. Their mission – my heart’s sparkling – to advance ’small, unlikely ideas that are in ongoing danger of being lost, forgotten or ruled out’. The first edition of ‘TIMES’ is available on their (very neat!) website or on beloved Motto.

I just ask myself why they did without the ironic winking and printed the outlines of the images on the opposite page straight instead of mirroring them. For the benefit of legibility might be. Probably an inversion would make more sense if the shape of each picture would appear as an embossed print, as if it had pushed through the opposite page and therefore left an irrevocable trace. For the next time maybe?