Schaltzeit Verlag

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Schaltzeit Verlag
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founding 2009
Seat Berlin , Germany
management Andreas Illmann
Branch book

The switching time publishing a book publisher based in Berlin with a focus on the political cartoon and children's books. The publisher is a spin-off from Schaltzeit GmbH .


Schaltzeit Verlag was founded in 2009 in Berlin. Originally planned to promote entrepreneurship through suitable publications, the focus quickly developed into the field of political caricature. Part of the concept of the publisher is to make daily updated caricatures from newspapers and magazines accessible in the long term through exhibitions, yearbooks and catalogs. The publishing house publishes the yearbooks of the cartoonists Klaus Stuttmann (since 2009) and Heiko Sakurai (since 2012). For the 50th anniversary of the Élysée Treaty between France and Germany in 2013, Schaltzeit Verlag conceived the bilateral exhibition Pas de deux - Pair skating with an accompanying catalog. The exhibition was shown at the same time in the Paris Embassy and in the Foreign Office. Another example is the catalog and exhibition Drôle de peuple! - Strange people! by French star cartoonist Plantu .

Schaltzeit Verlag is based in Wrangelkiez in Berlin-Kreuzberg .


The publisher's authors are the cartoonists Rainer Ehrt , Rainer Hachfeld , Barbara Henniger , HOGLI , Harald Kretzschmar , Andi Leser, Jens Natter , Nel , Plantu , Thomas Plaßmann , Andreas Prüstel , Heiko Sakurai , Tina Brenneisen and Klaus Stuttmann . Draw and write for the children's books of the publisher and a. Chiara Arsego , Paula Mondon , Martin Schmidt , Aymeric Vincenot and Maiwenn Vuittenez .

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