Marcelino "Murphy" Zus
Role at Supersense: Printing the good old way
Supersense: Sight & Touch
Sense I could live without: Hearing
Favorite Sound: White Noise
The story how I became a printer is quite a long one - as a promoter of concerts and parties I started to make flyers and posters many years ago, while this passion to give rock'n'roll a face slowly turned into a general interest in graphic design. After studying information design I decided to take an internship at a neat letterpress studio called the Infinitve Factory, where I was eager to learn everything about the good old way of printing. Not only was I fascinated by the various materials, the delicate papers and beautfiul prints, but also by the way these are produced - with more or less ubreakable machines that were already in use way long before I was even born. Still working at the Infinitive Factory in Graz I'm glad I was asked to take the role of the printer at SUPERSENSE, hence the machines here are even older and the Korrex offers dimensions up to 70x50 cm - just perfect for rock'n'roll posters. So here we go again!