derek beaulieu, isostatisk landhöjning

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isostatisk landhöjning is a visual poem of staggering proportions. This swirling, dynamic composition made of Letraset debris measures 80 x 20 cm (31,5″ x 7,9″).

In derek beaulieu’s own words:

isostatisk landhöjning is the Swedish phrase for the post-glacial scraping and land-forming which results in the geography of northern countries (Canada and Sweden for example); this scraping results in inlets, small lakes and crenelated coastlines. This piece metaphorically scrapes the surface of writing, leaving behind the islands and coastlines of littered text; deposits left behind as meaning recedes.

Timglaset press is proud and pleased to publish isostatisk landhöjning by derek beaulieu as a leporello folded book in a handfolded, rubber stamped envelope. The poem itself has been screenprinted on Scandia 2000 170g paper by master screenprinter Michael Lönnström at (3)screen, Malmö.

isostatisk landhöjning

Leporello folded international postage


isostatisk landhöjning

leporello-bok porto inom Sverige

138.00 Skr

There is also a limited unfolded edition available. This edition will be shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube.

isostatisk landhöjning

unfolded rolled up edition international postage and packing


isostatisk landhöjning

ovikt rullad upplaga porto och pack inom Sverige

187.00 Skr

Johannes S.H. Bjerg, 19 Gestures and Their Corresponding Words

Timglaset is proud to present 19 Gestures and Their Corresponding Words by Danish writer and artist Johannes S.H. Bjerg. In this beautiful book Bjerg, inventor of the parallell haiku, combine gestural Indian ink drawings with one line haiku poems. Alternately lyrical, perplexing and hilarious these haiku demonstrate Bjerg’s mastery of the form and its relevance as a contemporary mode of expression.

22 pages, printed in black & white with a grey cardboard cover. Handsewn with Japanese four-hole binding in waxed, black linen thread. Edition of 49 numbered copies of which 29 are for sale.


19 Gestures is now available as a free download here..

More work by Johannes S.H. Bjerg at


C. R. E. Wells, to let lack


Timglaset proudly presents a new 8-page leaflet by C. R. E. Wells:

This short sequence resulted from one of my many attempts to create digital work originating from physical mixed-media pieces. The phrase “to let lack” appeared in the original collage, and it resonated with my experiments in brightness/contrast, blurring, erasure, and other “subtractive” techniques.

C. R. E. Wells lives in central Ohio, USA with his wife and animals. His work has appeared online and in print in several publications. His visual works have been exhibited locally and internationally. He shares poetry, visual poetry and mail art regularly on his blog. In 2017 Luna Bisonte Prods published Twofold Silences, a chapbook of procedural/visual work.

to let lack was manufactured in an edition of 49 copies, of which 25 are for sale. Printed in full colour, a5 format, on 120 g ivory paper, handbound with brown, black or natural colour thread. 8 pages.


Download a free pdf of to let lack  here!!


Timglaset #7 Errata

Errata cover Kit Records KR26 version

Timglaset #7 Errata is a celebration of artistic mistakes, the use of errors and glitches in
a creative way, and other interpretations of the word.

It is also a collaboration between Timglaset and our friends Kit Records, born out of mutual respect and devotion to diy ideals.

The package contains 44-page full colour zine and 39 min, 12-track tape, both enclosed in a clear plastic bag.

Zine contains new art and writing by Anthony Etherin (UK), Bengt Adlers (SE), C.R.E. Wells (US), Dawn Nelson Wardrope (UK), Eva Jacobson (SE), Francesco Aprile (IT), Jane Pearrett (UK), Johannes S.H. Bjerg (DK), John M. Bennett (US), Jonas Ellerström (SE), Lina Nordenström (SE), Malcolm Green (UK/DE), Marco Giovenale (IT), Paul Tone (UK), Petra Schulze-Wollgast (DE), Rachel Defay-Liautard (FR), Robin Tomens (UK).

Tape contains new music and sounds by Amanda Feery (IR), Devonanon (UK/SE), Disasterpeace (US), Dolly Dolly & Time Attendant (UK), HALFNELSON (UK), Helena Celle (UK), Jake Meginsky (UK), Jib Kidder (US), Mary Lattimore (US), Michael Björn (SE).

Listen to one of the tracks on the tape:

Released 26 October 2017. The release party was held at Bookartbookshop, London.





Two new leaflets

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Arrows & Bows by Anthony Etherin presents four palindromic poems, each inspired by visions of archery in ancient or mediaeval warfare. The first poem is palindromic by letter, the second by pairs of letters, the third by trios, and the fourth by quartets. With each palindromic verse is a compimentary concrete poem, symbolically illustrative of its palindrome.

Anthony Etherin is a UK-based writer of experimental poetry and music. He has published numerous leaflets and chapbooks and runs Penteract Press.

Twice folded leaflet, printed with two colours on both sides of Folia ivory coloured paper. 50 copies, of which 30 are for sale.

rhythm (for Josef Albers) is a new typewriter poem by petra schulze-wollgast, inspired by the work of the German artist and Bauhaus teacher.

petra schulze-wollgast is an artist and printmaker in a multitude of techniques, based in Rostock, Germany. Earlier in 2017 Timglaset released her book ciphertext. She has released numerous artist’s books, chapbooks and leaflets.

Thrice folded leaflet, printed with two colours on both sides of Folia ivory coloured paper. 40 copies, of which 20 are for sale.


Download Arrows & Bows as a free pdf!

Download a free pdf of rhythm here!

Robin Tomens: Prints

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Robin Tomens is a visual artist and his new book Prints is an eruption of creative image-making. For those of us who follow his prolific output on his blog it’s no surprise that he can present 78 new images less than a year after Timglaset Editions published Too Much To Bear. On the other hand are these images the result of careful selection from a much larger body of work.

Those who are prone to look for influences in art might find traces of Sigmar Polke, Dieter Roth, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist and other great printmakers in Tomens’ art but Tomens’ imagery is his very own. Sourcing digital images of a wide variety he uses a multitude of manipulative printing techniques to create explosions of colour and form that are sometimes disturbing, often political in content and always engaging.

It’s a pleasure for Timglaset Editions to publish Robin Tomens’ Prints in an edition of just 10 copies. 84 pages, 78 full colour images + front and back, digitally printed, format: A4.



Timglaset #6: The Numbers Issue

a k a Timglaset Bag of Goodies.

For this issue of Timglaset 33 writers, artists and pranksters were invited to contribute anything that was flat, no larger than an A4 sheet of paper and could fit into a brown paper bag with bellows.

The result is a unique collection of art (analogue, digital, collage, painting etc), writing (experimental, visual, speculative etc), music (to be downloaded), a shard of a ceramic vase, a matching pairs-game and a do-it-yourself-art-kit.

Most of the artworks have been carefully reproduced digitally but five works are multiplies. One bag includes Carina Granlund’s original assemblage (handmade paper, collage and yarn), the other 98 reproductions of her work.  One copy of another artwork contains a spelling error which is quite funny.

Contributors to this issue: Amanda de Frumerie (Sweden), Bengt Adlers (Sweden), Bobbilott Fika (Sweden), Carina Granlund (Finland), Chris Wells (USA), David Price (UK/Sweden), Dawn Nelson Wardrope (UK), differx (Italy), Dolly Dolly (UK), Gloria Glitzer (Germany), Ingemar Breithel (Sweden), Interzone+ (Sweden), James Robert Moore (UK), Jane Pearrett (UK), Joakim Norling (Sweden), John M Bennett (USA), Kyle Flemmer (Canada), Marc Deb (France), Michael Björn (Sweden), Michelle Michalczik (Germany), Paul Hawkins and Steve Ryan (UK), Paul Mysterioso (USA), Paul Snowdon (UK), Paul Tone (UK), Per Engström (Sweden), pete spence (Australia), petra schulze-wollgast (Germany), Robin Tomens (UK), Sacha Archer (Canada), Sofie Herner (Sweden), Sternpost (Sweden), Tom Bäcker (Germany), Volodymyr Bilyk (Ukraine).

33 contributors, 99 copies, of which 33 are for sale for 99 SEK (9,9 Eur) each.