Blue and black screen printing on White Organic Cotton,
180 gr. M2 Limited edition of 30 copies Released: March 2021 Graphic design: Futur Neue Shipping with DHL (except France)
FRANCE : 6 €
EUROPEAN UNION : 12 €
UNITED KINGDOM : 12 €
SWITZERLAND : 15 €
U.S.A : 20 €
ASIA : 20 €
Reception of the item:
Please allow up to 4 days to process before shipping.
After the order has been placed, an email is automatically sent you to confirm the delivery information and fill in the necessary phone number for DHL express services. Tracking number will be emailed after processing.
Return & Exchange policy:
We gladly accepts returns only for exchange within 15 days of purchase.
You may send the item back to us in a standard packaging at the address below using any traceable method. The original « Event Horizon enveloppe » we sent to you still yours, please don’t send back the item with this one.
Once we receive your package, we will exchange and ship your new item in a standard packaging. As we will pay your 2nd shipping for free, your one will not be refunded.
Thank you for your understanding.
Our return address is:
Entercourse Of The New Age
41 rue Vieille du Temple
75004 Paris, France
Graphic design studio
Futur Neue is an independent, Geneva-based, graphic design and research design group that covers works in all areas of print and interactive design. They make editorial design, brand identities, websites, signage, typefaces and research design for cultural institutions, businesses and individuals. Futur Neue’s art director and graphic designer, Alex Dujet, also co-founded Extraset Type Foundry, and runs Type Item Micro Edition, a project related to experimental graphic design and typography.
Named after the predecessor of the Internet developed in 1969 by the United States Department of Defense, Arpanet is a project of Gerald Donald, a Detroit musician also known as Glass Domain or Heinrich Mueller, and member of the bands Japanese Telecom, Der Zyklus, Dopplereffekt, Drexciya, etc. The name Arpanet reflects his passion for science and its technological applications, particularly in population control and monitoring. The track Event Horizon appeared on Arpanet's third album, Inertial frame, released in 2006.