Florian Bertmer’s Insane “Hexenbrett” Package (Onsale Info)

Moon Editions have teamed up with Florian Bertmer to create one of the most intricate, evil packages ever created.  “Hexenbrett” is an all-out stunning example of attention to detail.  It has an edition of 50 and will cost $400.  It goes up today (Friday, December 17th) at a random time.  Visit MoonEditions.com.

Contents:

Witches board – Laser engraving on black enameled Latvian Birch with hand-poured epoxy resin coating. Edition number is laser engraved on verso.  17.25” x 11.25” x 3/8”

Labels – Four color serigraph on black 70lb French paper. Two of the colors printed with premium golden iridescent metallics.

Box – Hand-crafted slide top box made from Baltic Birch. Hand-distressed black enamel finish.

Planchette – Laser engraving on black enameled Latvian Birch. Black felt on verso. Housed in a black chip board box with hand printed label.

Rules – One color serigraph on black 250gsm Stonehenge. German Rules on recto, english on verso.

COA / Mini Print – One color serigraph on black 250gsm Stonehenge. Mini print on recto, COA with chop on verso.

The edition comes wrapped in a unique hand printed wrapping paper Florian created for the project.

16 Responses to “Florian Bertmer’s Insane “Hexenbrett” Package (Onsale Info)”

  1. holy shit,this is pure evil

  2. yeah i know right, i just hope i can get one.

  3. good luck to both of us!

  4. …good luck to all with this one. going to be the best part of my collection. hope this drops soon. i have been f5′ing for nearly 11 hours now. getting a bit dizzy and nauseous.

  5. got one!YESSSS

  6. This is freaking cool. Package looks incredible.

  7. Was pretty excited since the first mention of this project. I expected about $200 at the most but $400? I have to say though all the work that went into it is incredible this is too damn much to ask of someone. You figure you’re making $20,000 in the end once the mere 50 are sold. I’m pretty disappointed I made sure to wake up early today to not miss the final sales point. Oh well.

  8. Unreal!

  9. Got one! Fuckin’ aye, though.. I wasn’t expecting it to be THIS cool (or pricey). Almost didn’t have the funds.

  10. gorgeous!

  11. Any insight on the omitted ‘W’?

  12. I’m gonna wait until the missing W is addressed..

  13. Thank you for your interest guys. The omittance of the letter “W” was both an aesthetic and conceptual decision. It is further explained in the contents of the Hexenbrett, as well as in the following release.It references both the visual and phonetic history of German and American occultism on which this project is based.And don`t worry : this board is fully functional,we tested it quite a few times….to say the least.
    The way in which you use the W is altered not diminished,so if one of you wants to contact John Wayne or William the Conqueror he`ll have no problem.

    cheers,

    Florian

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/26/WondersoftheInvisibleWorld-1693.jpg

  14. congrats to all who scored one. 400 is way too rich for my blood. :(

  15. Omitting the “W’ was intentional. Florian talks about it in the expressobeans forum. This thing is insane! so glad i put some money aside for this. I can’t believe this is not sold out yet. Merry Christmas to myself!

  16. I purchased one and here is the information on the missing “W”

    “Thank you for your interest guys. The omittance of the letter “W” was both an aesthetic and conceptual decision. It is further explained in the contents of the Hexenbrett, as well as in the following release.It references both the visual and phonetic history of German and American occultism on which this project is based.And don`t worry : this board is fully functional,we tested it quite a few times….to say the least.
    The way in which you use the W is altered not diminished,so if one of you wants to contact John Wayne or William the Conqueror he`ll have no problem.”

    cheers,
    Florian

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