Above this line you will find the logo of FTN-books. It has been my trusted logo for over 15 years now.
The logo comes from a story which is told in 63 small woodcutprints . I chose this print because of the subject ( a man holding and reading book in a forrest) and because it is by Frans Masereel. I love Masereel…not only his technique but also he was one of the first who told a complete story, like a comic, by putting is sequence approximately 100 woodcuts after each other. Published in a smaller sized pocket book size these stories were highly portable and could be “read” within 10 minutes….but this was not the end of the story, because when you study the woodcuts within the publication you will discover different layers within the woodcuts. Masereel was a craftsman pur sang, but he could also tell stories with pictures a great artist of whom there are several publications available at www.ftn-books.com