I CAN DO ANYTHING BADLY volume I, Faire sans savoir est un sens commun, 2013
I CAN DO ANYTHING BADLY volume I, Faire sans savoir est un sens commun (2013) is an editorial project suggested by Hoël Duret to Wilfrid Almendra, Alain Bublex, Berthier Julien, Mathis Collins, Aurélien Mole and Frédéric Teschner.
It gathers researches on the concepts of amateur practices and the loss of traditional know-how. The book follows the social and aesthetic history of DIY through the bourgeois society of London in the nineteenth century, the Arts & Crafts movement, the Bauhaus, the Craft Movement in the United States, the standardization of tools and ended up with the 60’s counterculture and the Do It Yourself.
The series of drawings ICDAB série (2013) is part of the project I CAN DO ANYTHING BADLY.
It can be purchased at Naïca Editions : http://naica-editions.com/multiples/i-can-do-anything-badly-1.html
01 to 06 - I CAN DO ANYTHING BADLY volume I, Faire sans savoir est un sens commun (2013)
50 pages book, printed on RISO, A4 format, 400 ex.
Image studio Frédéric Teschner, 2013 © Hoël Duret / ADAGP Paris, 2013