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Daily Spins. Thomas Trum

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ISBN 978-94-92852-86-1
Price € 65,00
Artist Thomas Trum
Texts Charlotte Hoitsma, Irene Fortuyn, Hannah Sweering
Photography Arturo Sanchez (pp28 30, 42, 52), Titia Hahne (pp76, 78, 210, 212, 534, 536, 538, 550, 552, 554), Iris Rijskamp (pp115, 130, 243, 258, 371, 386, 499, 514), Bas Czerwinski (p120), Jhoeeko (p162), Ronald Smits (pp195, 196, 330), Peter Cox (pp198, 199, 200, 201, 206, 207, 208, 209), Stijn Borghs (p524), Dana de Rooij (p260), Yves Krol (p276), Hubert Klotzeck (p389), Jan Adriaans (pp404, 406), Rubén Dario Kleimeer (p432), Naomi Venetiaan - N / J Studio (pp437, 438, 440), Johan Horst (p513), Ralph Roelse (pp602, 607, 612), all other photos, Thomas Trum and team
Editorial team Thomas Trum, Mieke Billekens, Team Thursday (Simone Trum, Loes van Esch), Eleonoor Jap Sam
Design Team Thursday (Loes van Esch & Simone Trum)
Translation The Art of Translation (Marie Louise Schoondergang, Hannah Sweering
Number of pages 640
Book size 16.5 x 24 cm
Printing Zwaan Lenoir
Lithography Marco Kokkelkoren
Language English
Release date June 13, 2023
Publisher Jap Sam Books

Promotional images by Iris Rijskamp

This book has been made possible with the generous support of all buyers of the Edition Daily Spins and the Jaap Harten Fonds


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Daily Spins. Thomas Trum shows almost 600 powerful artworks in the clearly recognizable, colorful, abstract-geometric visual language of the artist

Daily Spins. Thomas Trum is beautifully designed by Team Thursday (Loes van Esch & Simone Trum). Every cover is sprayed with two colours by Team Thomas Trum and this makes every edition of this monograph unique. 

Thomas Trum (Rosmalen, 1989) is a painter. He often creates his works on a large scale and uses tools such as giant homemade felt-tip pens and rotating spraying machines. Research into materials, techniques, and composition are at the heart of his work. He is particularly fascinated by the idea of leaving behind traces of his creation; a hangover from his time on the graffiti scene. He is also intrigued by large vehicles, such as agricultural machinery, which also leave behind traces of a rhythmic pattern. By experimenting with these machines, Trum is continually discovering new ways to create images.

 

The book Daily Spins shows both Thomas Trum’s work and experiments. A big stack of his paintings are printed and complemented with photos and stills of his murals, experiments and process, printed on blueback paper. This poster paper subtly refers to his former preference to make (il)legal works on the streets. The order of the works and the extended index of his works subtly give hints about how Thomas Trum's works.

A text by Charlotte Hoitsma and a conversation with Irene Fortuyn are also included in the book. The title Daily Spins refers to Trum's daily routine in his studio in 's-Hertogenbosch.

Daily Spins is designed by Team Thursday (Loes van Esch & Simone Trum). Every cover of the 1,500 books is sprayed by team Thomas Trum. As a result, the books themselves are a series of colour experiments: one colour on the front and another on the back mix to create a new colour on the spine. This makes each copy of the book unique.

His work is represented in collections of the Noord Brabants Museum, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Akzo Nobel Art Foundation, NN Group, Ministry of education culture and science (OCW), Ministry of infrastructure and water management and the Royal collection. 

www.thomastrum.nl 

www.teamthursday.com

Thomas Trum

$72.00

Daily Spins. Thomas Trum

Thomas Trum

$72.00

Art / Artist books / Design / New titles / Special editions & prints

ISBN 978-94-92852-86-1
Price € 65,00
Artist Thomas Trum
Texts Charlotte Hoitsma, Irene Fortuyn, Hannah Sweering
Photography Arturo Sanchez (pp28 30, 42, 52), Titia Hahne (pp76, 78, 210, 212, 534, 536, 538, 550, 552, 554), Iris Rijskamp (pp115, 130, 243, 258, 371, 386, 499, 514), Bas Czerwinski (p120), Jhoeeko (p162), Ronald Smits (pp195, 196, 330), Peter Cox (pp198, 199, 200, 201, 206, 207, 208, 209), Stijn Borghs (p524), Dana de Rooij (p260), Yves Krol (p276), Hubert Klotzeck (p389), Jan Adriaans (pp404, 406), Rubén Dario Kleimeer (p432), Naomi Venetiaan - N / J Studio (pp437, 438, 440), Johan Horst (p513), Ralph Roelse (pp602, 607, 612), all other photos, Thomas Trum and team
Editorial team Thomas Trum, Mieke Billekens, Team Thursday (Simone Trum, Loes van Esch), Eleonoor Jap Sam
Design Team Thursday (Loes van Esch & Simone Trum)
Translation The Art of Translation (Marie Louise Schoondergang, Hannah Sweering
Number of pages 640
Book size 16.5 x 24 cm
Printing Zwaan Lenoir
Lithography Marco Kokkelkoren
Language English
Release date June 13, 2023
Publisher Jap Sam Books

Promotional images by Iris Rijskamp

This book has been made possible with the generous support of all buyers of the Edition Daily Spins and the Jaap Harten Fonds


Daily Spins. Thomas Trum shows almost 600 powerful artworks in the clearly recognizable, colorful, abstract-geometric visual language of the artist

Daily Spins. Thomas Trum is beautifully designed by Team Thursday (Loes van Esch & Simone Trum). Every cover is sprayed with two colours by Team Thomas Trum and this makes every edition of this monograph unique. 

Thomas Trum (Rosmalen, 1989) is a painter. He often creates his works on a large scale and uses tools such as giant homemade felt-tip pens and rotating spraying machines. Research into materials, techniques, and composition are at the heart of his work. He is particularly fascinated by the idea of leaving behind traces of his creation; a hangover from his time on the graffiti scene. He is also intrigued by large vehicles, such as agricultural machinery, which also leave behind traces of a rhythmic pattern. By experimenting with these machines, Trum is continually discovering new ways to create images.

 

The book Daily Spins shows both Thomas Trum’s work and experiments. A big stack of his paintings are printed and complemented with photos and stills of his murals, experiments and process, printed on blueback paper. This poster paper subtly refers to his former preference to make (il)legal works on the streets. The order of the works and the extended index of his works subtly give hints about how Thomas Trum's works.

A text by Charlotte Hoitsma and a conversation with Irene Fortuyn are also included in the book. The title Daily Spins refers to Trum's daily routine in his studio in 's-Hertogenbosch.

Daily Spins is designed by Team Thursday (Loes van Esch & Simone Trum). Every cover of the 1,500 books is sprayed by team Thomas Trum. As a result, the books themselves are a series of colour experiments: one colour on the front and another on the back mix to create a new colour on the spine. This makes each copy of the book unique.

His work is represented in collections of the Noord Brabants Museum, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Akzo Nobel Art Foundation, NN Group, Ministry of education culture and science (OCW), Ministry of infrastructure and water management and the Royal collection. 

www.thomastrum.nl 

www.teamthursday.com