We had the nice idea to reprint our first (and now sold out) silkscreen poster/accordion-book "Seven Reasons Not To Travel" in a second edition – together with our current silkscreen-project "Why Are We Sleeping?". Here are some fast snapshots from the printing.

We chose new, fresh colors...

… and worked again with our favorite silkscreen-printer Olli Nerlich (Berlin, Neukoelln).  

Accordion Book and Poster are now available!

- Dieter



 Out now is a new silkscreen accordion book by Poste Aérienne titled "Why Are We Sleeping?"

Thanks a lot to all participating Pilots of Poste Aérienne – Leen Van Hulst, Frederik Jurk, C.Pom, Adrian Wylezol, Cleo Schwinkowski, Ib Jorn, Boris Servais – and to our new Pilote d'Essai – Nadine Kolodziey.

This lovely three-color book (edited by Dieter Jüdt) is dedicated to the lunatic singer-songwriter Kevin Ayers.

 I've always liked this special existential melancholy in his music, his sense for harmonic nonsense and catchy refrains, his balancing between a friendly surrealism and sometimes dark expressionism. Not to forget his distorted bass guitar playing!

- Dieter



"Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win."  This quote expresses quite well what this publication is about: experiencing our inner forces - the forces that are hard to deal with - like our fears, our arrogance, our aggressions, or even hatred.

If monsters live inside us, are they part of us?
And if they are, is there a way to fight them?
Or is there a way to turn their threatening company into a friendly, helpful presence?

This card set is first of all a graphic series: a humorous reflection of the many shapes that monsters have taken over thousands of years.  The publication contains a leaflet with a comment about the psychological aspect of meeting our monsters.
Printed on fine conqueror paper, this box can serve as a gift for friends of strange and individual illustration, or as a set of elegant postcards.

- The Art of Loving Your Monsters -
22 Silkscreen Artist Cards
in a handmade protective box

 by Boris Servais


LUCANUS - nonacademic

Three graphics created in this summer, when nature 
with its insects and sweet herbs or rank weeds was still alive.