Projects and Publications - Visions of Heaven, Sky and Earth

In summer 2005, a first part of the artistic photo-collage Pueblo Visions of Heaven, Sky, and Earth, a wall-filling photo collage in tripartition, was completed and now decorates the meeting room of the offices of Pueblo Film AG in Zurich. The photos of this project were taken by Doro Roethlisberger while the composition of the collage is based on a conceptual idea by Dagmar Zimmer. It was projected that the collage should provide the clues for the new seasonal greeting cards of the Pueblo Film AG as well as for further publications in future. By now, three different cards with this theme have already been realized.

The first in the traditional fanfold appearance in blue and silver. In the following year of 2006/2007, the Pueblo card received an entirely new appearance representing an artistic photo-reproduction of a view of panel number 1 of the photo-collage. This was also the last card to hold a printed card text by Bruno Hoefler to clients and friends of the company reflecting about questions of time and change at the beginning of a new year. 2007/2008 marked the arrival of the third edition card from the project and the second in the new appearance, showing an overview over all three panels of the collage as one picture in full color print.

Since then, neutral cards of this photo-collage in the new style are used by the company and sold for clients of Pueblo Editions in two printed versions and with a choice of two differently colored covers. The cards in sets of 5 can be ordered with the publisher (see Orders). This project is a continuous work (see Orders). This project is a continuous work in progress and further developments are planned for the future.

An "Open House" der Pueblo Editions am 26. 3. 2012 marks the start of the distribution of our new book

Visions of Heaven, Sky and Earth

Bilder und Gedichte | Pictures and Poetry

It contains photographs of the landscapes of the Pueblo Indians and poetry in German and English.

Images can move us deeply. Early cognition in mental development uses images closely related to corresponding emotions. Poetry has the potential to enhance this physical sensory aspect by rhythmic elements, very much like music, slowing down by repetition and magical cradling as we can observe it in children songs and rhymes.
If the poetry fits our esthetic sense and if we are open to this form of expression, it can develop meditative qualities, even more, if combined with matching pictures, which are open enough, to let us dream away. The original pictures and original poetry combined in this book may serve as a stabilizer, tranquilizer and a source of inner freedom for new creative ideas: a picture-poetry-book for adults with scenic landscapes and impressive skies.