One of our great friends Christian Boros together with his Publishing House Distanz provided us with the opportunity to publish our very own hard cover FvF Berlin book. This publication features exclusive FvF highlights over a two year period while incorporating a range of our online interviews. By utilising this classic & timeless printed format with this exciting venture, we moved beyond our digital heritage, redefining the scope of FvF projects.

The book was launched on November 15th 2011. Thanks to our distributor Die Gestalten Verlag it is available at a shop near you. We are very happy that some of our favorite stores are amongst these distributors: Tenue de Nimes in Amsterdam, Do you read me?!, Modulor and Soto in Berlin, YBDPT in Hamburg, Colette in Paris, GoodHood in London and Tsutaya in Tokyo.

Buy the book

The book is now available in stores across Europe and conveniently online via our publisher’s website Distanz by hitting the “Buy it here” button below.

39,90 EUR
incl. tax and shipping

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Some basic information about the book:

  • Pages: 336
  • City: Berlin
  • Interviews: 28
  • Exclusives: 6
  • Images: approx. 550 color images
  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Language: German / English
  • Format: 22 x 30 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-942405-40-9
Freunde von Freunden - Berlin - Buch

Sneak Peek into the book

The Making Of the book in our office

  • Nomad handwriting all captions for the book.
  • Nomad explaining us all the details in his photos and telling lots of funny background stories.
  • Axel van Exel about one of his latest projects.
  • Esther Perbandt checks on her book feature and delivers nice Perbandt Champagne.
  • Johann Koenig paying us a visit to confirm his story in the book.
  • Final picture check with Sarah Illenberger.
  • Paul Frick in the office taking a closer look at creation of the book.
  • 032c magazine and flowers.
  • Nomad having fun.
  • Long hours in the office.
  • Art in the office – sheone from London represent.
  • Team lunchbreak in front of Bixels.
  • A busy day in the graphic design department.
  • Johann Koenig is amazed by the book.
  • Johann Koenig checking out our office literature.
  • Kirsten Herman and the Art Director reviewing her story together.
  • Ines Colmorgen and André Wyst during last check.
  • Ines Colmorgen and André Wyst during last check.
  • Nathan Cowen and Jacob Klein (haw-lin) during confirmation – always to have them in the office.
  • Jacob Klein loves Ramon’s pictures.
  • Uta Grosenick of Distanz Publishing House having a last check on the book.
  • Color correction with the proofs.
  • Paper Jam in our office printer during Alex Flach spread.
  • Christian Boros showing us his new office inside Berlin Lapidarium.
  • Christian Boros our publisher on his own story in the book.

Press proof at the printing house