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 passé-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


Ini­tial­ly pho­to reporter, Olli Bery built a sin­gu­lar pho­to­graph­ic act that spans a peri­od of ten years (2012−2022). The pho­to­graph­ic oeu­vre thus cre­at­ed is dis­tin­guished by its nar­ra­tive inten­si­ty, the con­stan­cy of its research and the ele­gance of its timelessness.

Olli Bery (*1973 / France)

insta­gram: @ollibery_seriti

Diego Brambilla

blackprint edition - Diego Brambilla


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

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

Alexander Sporre portrait blackprint edition


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 (*1970 /×)

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