The edition collection. All blackprint editions are exclusive limited first editions, numbered and signed by the artists.


Each unique piece is print­ed on excep­tion­al paper and pro­duced down to the last detail.

Karo edition

The Karo edi­tions paper­size is 30 × 30 cm (11.8 × 11.8″). Each print is num­bered and deliv­ered in a vinyl style pack­ag­ing with a win­dow pro­tect­ed by a clear cov­er made of recy­cled poly­mers. Acid-free and biodegrad­able. Each top­ic is cho­sen from our orig­i­nal glass plate collection.

Karo collectors edition

Comes in a black, matt vinyl style pack­ag­ing and is print­ed on very exclu­sive paper from Switzer­land, Japan and India. Each piece is num­bered and comes with a certificate.

Each karo can be pur­chased framed or unframed.

Private collection

We print our Pri­vate col­lec­tion on very select­ed and rare art­pa­per like Car­ta­lafran­ca (CH), AIJP Awaga­mi Edi­tion­ing (JP) or very rare tra­di­tion­al washi (JP). Each piece is num­bered and comes with a certificate.

We chose our sub­jects on terms of qual­i­ty and unique­ness. Each of our antique glass plates is print­ed with the least dig­i­tal cor­rec­tions main­tain­ing traces of age phys­i­cal­ly and chemically.

Artist edition

In Novem­ber 2018, black­print edi­tion launched its col­lab­o­ra­tions with inter­na­tion­al con­tem­po­rary pho­tog­ra­phers and emerg­ing artists.

The “artist edi­tion” is ded­i­cat­ed to the con­tem­po­rary pho­tog­ra­phers and artists. In a col­lab­o­ra­tion we trans­form select­ed art pieces into lim­it­ed and col­lec­table editions.

Each exclu­sive art­work cho­sen by black­print edi­tion is devel­oped with the artist. As with all our black­print edi­tions we choose the paper very care­ful­ly for our artist edi­tions and we make and take care of the design of every detail of the artwork.

The artist edi­tion does not exceed the num­ber of 7 copies and 2 AP for over CHF 1000.- and 60 copies of art­work under CHF 500.–

Take Out! edition

We want­ed to offer an even more afford­able qual­i­ty lim­it­ed edi­tion, already framed and ready to hang.

The first serie, “dunn”, spe­cial­ly cre­at­ed by wonow for black­print is an orig­i­nal series of micropho­tographs print­ed on a beau­ti­ful awaga­mi bam­boo paper from Japan.

Each copy is framed in a pre­mi­um frame with anti-reflec­tive muse­um glass and passe-partout.

The for­mat of each edi­tion is 14.8 × 21 cm (5.8 × 8.3″) in a mag­net­ic wood­en frame of 30 × 40 cm (11.8 × 15.7″).

As all black­print edi­tions, each copy is num­bered and this edi­tion does not exceed 200 copies.

The Artists

Olli Bery

blackprint edition, black and white portrait of the artist Olli Bery


Olli Bery is a French pho­tog­ra­ph­er with a very direct approach that leaves no room for con­ces­sions. He devel­oped his pho­to­graph­ic lan­guage around real­i­ty, which allows him to exhib­it the unusu­al, but also rec­og­niz­able, face of the world. His works are a vibrant dia­logue that takes place in an inti­mate envi­ron­ment. Olli Bery knows how to lis­ten and how to respond.

My work is con­struct­ed like a musi­cal score in which my emo­tion­al flash­es impose the rhythm on the pho­tographs and direct the oper­at­ing modes I use to respond to them.”

Trained as a pho­to reporter, Olli Bery has trans­formed his work into con­tin­u­ous devel­op­ment of the same pho­to­graph­ic act. For the last ten years, the artist has invest­ed all his ener­gy into a sin­gle project. His strong points are mod­esty, soli­tude, lack of acquis­i­tive­ness, rev­er­ence for the com­mon­place, and explo­ration of the famil­iar. The artist strength­ens the nar­ra­tive by allow­ing pho­to­graph­ic tech­nique, print­ing, types of paper, and final prod­ucts to influ­ence his aes­thet­ic. His work is homoge­nous, authen­tic, and res­o­nant to the extent that the view­er can see colours in oth­er­wise black and white photographs.

Olli Bery (*1973 / France)

insta­gram: @ollibery_seriti

Diego Brambilla

blackprint edition, black and white portrait of the artist photographer Diego Brambilla 2021


Diego Bram­bil­la is an Ital­ian artist, based between Lon­don and Zürich, who grad­u­at­ed from the Lon­don Col­lege of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion with an MA in pho­tog­ra­phy in 2015. Pre­vi­ous edu­ca­tion includes a BA in Soci­ol­o­gy and a diplo­ma in Film Direction.

Delib­er­ate­ly mix­ing real and imag­i­nary, he stages fic­tion­al sce­nar­ios and exper­i­men­tal­ly com­bines pho­tog­ra­phy with sculp­ture. Draw­ing upon con­tem­po­rary nar­ra­tives about nature, the human body or sci­ence, his work chal­lenges those con­cepts as cul­tur­al prod­ucts and inves­ti­gates their abil­i­ty to recon­fig­ure the mean­ing with­in a con­struct­ed imagination.

His work has received the Pho­toX award and it has been select­ed and short­list­ed for sev­er­al com­pe­ti­tions such as Athens Pho­to Fes­ti­val, Voies Off Arles and Pho­togrV­phy Grant and it has been exhib­it­ed many times in Lon­don and in Milan. His work has gained the atten­tion of the media and it has been fea­tured in many mag­a­zines, print­ed and online, such as Fish­eye Mag­a­zine, GUP, Wired (US and Japan), Dai­lybest. It has been pub­lished in the Paris Opera book­let and got fea­tured on Rai3 (nation­al Ital­ian television).

Diego Bram­bil­la (*1978 / Italy)
Lives and works in Zürich

insta­gram: @brambilladiego

Alexander Bühler

Alexander Bühler - Portrait - blackprint edition


Alexan­der Büh­ler is a Swiss artist, with a paint­ing degree from Chelsea Col­lege of Fine Arts, Lon­don. After leav­ing col­lege he has been trav­el­ing exten­sive­ly in Asian, Europe and lat­er in Latin Amer­i­ca. The trav­els and adap­tion process­es involved, have con­tin­u­ous­ly chal­lenge his artis­tic prac­tice, to explore new tech­incs and forms to relize and pro­duce his ideas. Dur­ing the CCA-Kitakyushu res­i­den­cy in Japan, he cre­ate a unique video instal­la­tion called “A moment of truth” (2010), for the solo show “Arche­types and Line” in Lon­don at Stu­dio 1.1, one hun­dred small paint­ings where shown, hung onto 3 col­or fields paint­ed onto the exhi­bi­tion walls. Alexander’s work is very much a med­i­ta­tive process, an inter­nal enquiry which nev­er­the­less takes his encounter with the out­side world as its start­ing point. In try­ing to under­stand, bump­ing into the phys­i­cal world, as it were, he grad­u­al­ly becomes aware of cog­ni­tive process­es which then evolve with­in the mak­ing of the work itself. Cur­rent­ly he is devel­op­ing his solo show pre­sen­ta­tion “Bichos” at Lagos in Mex­i­co City, where is cur­rent­ly part of the stu­dio pro­gram. Along­side his new print­ing edi­tion for black­print, Alexan­der will also be present with his work “Tem­po­rary Vacan­cy” (2018) at the Kunst:Szene Zürich 2018 and will par­tic­i­pate with a/b Books, of which he is the founder at this years Vol­umes 2018 at the Kun­sthalle Zürich!

Alexan­der Büh­ler (*1977 / Switzerland)
Lives and works in Zürich and Mexico

insta­gram: @alexander_buehler

Klaus-Martin Gareis

blackprint edition Limited Artist Edition featuring Klaus-Martin Gareis


Klaus-Mar­tin Gareis is an auto­di­dac­tic pho­tog­ra­ph­er. In 2004 he start­ed exper­i­ment­ing with ana­logue equip­ment and devel­op­ment pro­ce­dures and over the years cre­at­ed his own work process includ­ing oil colour to cre­ate unique large scale works.
While the pho­tog­ra­phy itself always stands for the begin­ning of a com­plex process towards and fin­ished work, the main goal for each sujet is to find its own metaphor­i­cal lan­guage, empha­siz­ing each pho­tog­ra­phy uniquely.
Over sev­er­al years KM has explored the so called alter­na­tive devel­op­ment process­es for ana­logue pho­tog­ra­phy. Sev­er­al promis­ing process­es are hard­ly to man­age any longer these days like some of the Bro­moil Prints you find in the Objects sec­tion. The now set­tled pro­ce­dure is based on Lith and Poly­chrom Devel­op­ers used in a form to pro­duce rather erro­neous and chaot­i­cal­ly results instead of exact and accu­rate prints. Using in some cas­es old and long expired pho­to­graph­ic paper, the com­bi­na­tion by itself results already in a kind of unpre­dictable print.

Klaus-Mar­tin Gareis (*1968 / Germany)

insta­gram: @hirte_7

Kurt Haefeli

blackprint edition - Kurt Haefeli


Gesteine, ver­wit­tert und von Bran­dung umspült, abge­lagert in einem schöpferischen Prozess der Natur, als Zeitzeu­gen der lan­gen Erdgeschichte. Von visuellen Rhyth­men und Kom­po- sitio­nen in Gesteins- und Eis­for­ma­tio­nen lässt sich Kurt Hae­fe­li inspirieren.
Steine, auskristallisierte Min­erale, haben auf uns Men­schen eine fast magis­che Wirkung. Bere­its als Kinder kön­nen wir uns der faszinieren­den Vielfalt von For­men und Far­ben kaum entziehen. Wir wollen sie sam­meln, auf­be­wahren und besitzen. Diese Lei­den­schaft pack­te auch mich als Fotografen. Sie lässt mich Gesteine, die manch­mal an japanis­che Zen-Gärten erin­nern, auf den für Island typ­is­chen Sanderebe­nen und an Küsten suchen, ent­deck­en, fokussieren, ins rechte Licht rück­en und mit der Kam­era ein­fan­gen. Manch­mal geschieht dies wie in einem Fluss der Begeis­terung. Ich ver­liere mich beim Fotografieren der Gesteine, tauche ein in eine unmit­tel­bare Erfahrung. Es ist wie ein Ver­schmelzen mit der umgeben­den Natur. Auss­chnitte, Ver­schlusszeit­en und Blenden wäh­le ich dann wie automa­tisch und vergesse dabei die reale Zeit. Natür­lich gelingt diese Art der Fotografie nicht ohne Vor­bere­itung und Pla­nung. Gezeit­en, Bran­dung und Licht­stim­mungen verän­dern sich in ver­schiede­nen Rhyth­men, müssen beobachtet und analysiert wer­den. Oft braucht es viel Geduld, langes Warten und dann in kurzen Zeit­fen­stern schnelles Handeln.

Kurt Hae­fe­li (*1954 / Switzerland)
Lives and works in Zürich

Eva Iten

eva iten self portrait


Eva Iten is a Swiss pho­tog­ra­ph­er who observes the sur­round­ings with an agile eye and cap­tures its sto­ries in a unique man­ner. She works on a project over a long peri­od of time. Whether the sub­ject is the under­wa­ter world, flow­ers, trav­els, land­scapes, or peo­ple, her projects are cho­sen con­scious­ly and treat­ed with a lot of care and atten­tion. Eva Iten works not only with dif­fer­ent sub­ject mat­ters but also with dif­fer­ent pho­to­graph­ic tech­niques, which gives her more free­dom of expres­sion. The nar­ra­tive line nev­er ends.

In her pho­tographs, Eva Iten cap­tures real­i­ty, but she does it almost in a mys­ti­cal way. She spends a long time with each pho­to­graph per­fect­ing the small­est detail and infus­ing it with per­son­al­i­ty and mean­ing. You can see her spir­it shin­ing through her fine-art pho­tos. Sto­ry­teller by heart, Iten uses the pho­to­graph­ic medi­um to doc­u­ment for­mer Yugosla­vian re-edu­­ca­­tion camps, moments from her family’s life, ill­ness, nature, and social issues. Like Eva Iten says in the intro­duc­tion of her last series, “You will nev­er know the whole story”:

What is not talked about can­not be put to rest. What is not put to rest will con­tin­ue to fer­ment from gen­er­a­tion to generation.” 

It seems there is always a secret behind Eva Iten’s pho­tos. Whether they are black and white under­wa­ter moments, paint­ings of light, or col­or­ful post-processed flow­ers, her pho­tos reveal and hide at the same time a mys­tery, a metaphor, or a meta­mor­pho­sis. There is always more to find out, explore, and photograph.

In 2017, Eva Iten received the Ate­lier Flex Prize of the Can­ton of Zug for the project “You will nev­er know the whole sto­ry”. She con­tin­ued to work on the series until 2021. The pic­tures were exhib­it­ed in Rije­ka and Dubrovnik as part of the EU Cap­i­tal of Cul­ture 2020 and pub­lished in a book.

Eva Iten ( / Switzerland)
Lives and works in the Can­ton of Zug

Thom Kubli

Thom Kubli blackprint edition


Thom Kubli (CH) works as an artist and com­pos­er in Berlin. His works address the human con­di­tion in the light of dig­i­tal change — between myth and dig­i­ti­za­tion, spir­i­tu­al­i­ty, and arti­fi­cial intelligence.

His draw­ings are sim­i­lar to tech­ni­cal sketch­es but imply a spon­ta­neous, per­for­ma­tive ele­ment. The sub­jects are inspired by the vibrant ties between art, tech­no­log­i­cal devel­op­ments, and the pecu­liar­i­ties of human inter­ac­tion. Thus he cre­ates a graph­ic space of spec­u­la­tion about struc­ture, dynam­ics, and emotion.

Kubli’s sculp­tures and instal­la­tions have been shown inter­na­tion­al­ly, e.g., at the New Muse­um of Con­tem­po­rary Art, New York City, at Ars Elec­tron­i­ca, Linz, at Eye­beam, New York City, at the File Fes­ti­val, São Paulo, or Lab­o­ra­to­rio Arte Alame­da, Mex­i­co City. His artis­tic research includes col­lab­o­ra­tions with the MIT Media Lab, Boston, the Rens­se­laer Poly­tech­nic Insti­tute, Troy / New York, or the ZHAW Zurich.

Thom Kubli (*1969 / Germany)

insta­gram: @thomkubli

Alexander Sporre

blackprint edition, black and white portrait of the artist Alexander Sporre


The work of Alexan­der Sporre address­es the philo­soph­i­cal — and often poet­ic — dimen­sions of suc­cess and fail­ure as well as the illu­sion of a know­able and ratio­nal self.

After suf­fer­ing an unex­pect­ed case of burnout a few years ago, he was sud­den­ly struck with an inten­si­fied per­cep­tion of per­son­al fail­ure. Dur­ing his slow jour­ney towards recov­ery, he real­ized that per­haps these feel­ings of defeat were instru­men­tal in reveal­ing the essen­tial­ly illu­so­ry nature of the self.

Ever since his recov­ery he has been doc­u­ment­ing his direct sur­round­ings in an effort to see beyond the veil of our per­ceived real­i­ty. In his work this is expressed in imagery of an imper­fect and lyri­cal nature. Sporre explores the bound­aries of the medi­um through exper­i­men­ta­tion with (un)conventional devel­op­ment process­es. Com­bin­ing both dig­i­tal and ana­log tech­niques, he seeks to be con­tin­u­ous­ly surpised by the beau­ty of imper­fec­tion. Sporre trav­elled many times to Japan, where he recent­ly had his first solo exhi­bi­tion. His sec­ond one is expect­ed in Jan­u­ary 2019.
Alexan­der Sporre grad­u­at­ed from the Pho­to Acad­e­my, Ams­ter­dam in 2017.

Alexan­der Sporre (*1988 / The Netherland)

insta­gram: @alexandersporre


wonow - Portrait - blackprint edition


wonow (*1970 /×)

Jean-Luc Grossmann

Jean-Luc Grossmann portrait


Jean-Luc Gross­mann (*1969 /×)

Jean-Luc Gross­mann is a French pho­tog­ra­ph­er liv­ing in Zurich, Switzer­land. Beside his main occu­pa­tion as a free­lance pho­tog­ra­ph­er in the cor­po­rate world, Jean-Luc is pur­su­ing visu­al sto­ry­telling ideas, self-explo­ra­tion, cre­ative­ness and bring aware­ness to themes that would oth­er­wise be out­side his realm of every­day opportunities.
The spir­it of trav­el and adven­ture plays an impor­tant role in Jean-Luc’s pho­tog­ra­phy. To live hand in hand with nature and to explore remote and wild places around the world has always been his pas­sion since he was a lit­tle kid. But trav­el is also about the locals he meets along the way and the insights he gets into their cul­ture. These encoun­ters often become one of the things he trea­sures most about a journey.
When decid­ing on the Burn­ing Man project Jean-Luc want­ed some­thing that was cul­tur­al, spir­i­tu­al, uncom­mon as well as visu­al with a strong sto­ry­telling oppor­tu­ni­ty. Burn­ing Man is unique. It’s unique in its com­mu­ni­ty spir­it, its cre­ativ­i­ty, its self-expres­­sion. It’s not mere­ly anoth­er fes­ti­val, it’s a cel­e­bra­tion of the human soul.
Jean-Luc con­tin­ues to explore all facets of pho­tog­ra­phy, encour­ag­ing oth­ers to be curi­ous about the new and the unknown.

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