Lodret Vandret ({adj.} vertical, {adj.} horizontal) is a collaborative platform for independent publishing and exhibition making based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Collaboration is at the very core of our practice both when working with individual artists and on group projects. Our publications have been represented at NY and LA Art Book Fairs, Offprint Paris and London, exhibited at the MoMA Library and short listed for Aperture’s First Photobook Award. Several of our publications were shown at the 2013 ICP Triennial and as part of the 10×10 American Photobooks project.


We host the One Thousand Books Art Book Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. An event conceived around the ambition to enable and cultivate community around independent and self publishing. Lodret Vandret was founded in 2010 by artists Flemming Ove Bech and Johan Rosenmunthe and operates not-for-profit. If you are interested in learning more about our practice, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.


Buying our titles

You can buy books directly through this website. We accept all major credit cards through PayPal. Prices do not include shipping and handling which will be added at checkout and determined by order size and shipping address. All orders are shipped with Danish Postal Service. VAT is included in all orders within Denmark.


We offer a bookstore discount. Please contact us via e-mail if you are interested in stocking Lodret Vandret books. Selected titles distributed by Antenne Books (Europe) and Vice Versa (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) – see details under Elsewhere. All site content © the artists and Lodret Vandret.


Consulting and Workshops

With experience gained over the last five years actively contributing to the international Do-It-Yourself publishing scene, Johan Rosenmunthe and Flemming Ove Bech are available for workshops and consulting on all aspects related to making, publishing and distributing your book project.


We can aid you in your creative/conceptual process and provide the necessary technical know-how in the design/pre-press and printing stages to ensure that your creative intent carries over from the computer to the physical printed matter.


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