Posted on January 21 2014
Therese Vandling and Luke Frost of Heretic Printmakers have collaborated with Thames & Hudson to produce the Duchamp Dictionary. Working together on the Art Direction, Design & Illustration for the cover and book design, Luke & Therese created 64 original collages to illustrate each letter of the alphabet as well as a selection of the individual entries in the book. The Duchamp Dictionary explores Marcel Duchamp’s life and work in more than 200 alphabetical entries – from alchemy and anatomy to Warhol and windows, via the Bicycle Wheel, chess and the fourth dimension! 'It’s about time that a publication reveals the vastness of Duchamp’s influence and thinking in the 20th and 21st centuries. I have absolute praise for Girst’s achievement with this historic publication' – Jeff Koons Heretic is a London based illustration, design and screen printing studio comprising of Luke Frost, Jon Rundall and Therese Vandling. Heretic studio work on wide ranging projects from art-prints and gig-posters, to record covers and 3-D sound installations. Exploring themes such as inner and outer visions, strange mysticism, tomorrow’s symbolism and vague emotions. Material have exhibited and sold the work of Heretic for some years. Their latest body of print work, Spectral Nation is available to buy in store and online.