The portfolio entitled Color white graphics: F, R, E, Š was conceived by the artist duo Small but Dangers and contains four silkscreen prints. They are brought together by the differently coloured surface areas that playfully contrast with the whiteness of the paper. The prints were created from found and selected cut-up scraps of coloured collage paper. Their shapes served as templates for making the matrices. The abstract, geometrically conceived, minimalist, random shapes of mostly straight lines like those that can be cut with scissors, have a precise position in relation to the surface of the white paper on which they are printed.
A closer look reveals the white edge of the paper, which in some cases is only a few millimetres wide, but is nevertheless an important pictorial and compositional element. The prints can be viewed as individual impressions or as a series of four images in a determined sequential order. In this context, the titles of the prints refer to the word "freš", which is used in Slovenian colloquial language for something fresh, new and current. In the context of art, the word "fresh" becomes particularly interesting as it points to the relevance of the artwork in terms of content and concept. It also expresses a thoughtful wit and cynicism towards understanding the production of artworks and the workings of the art market.
The portfolio is characterised by a thoughtful use of the silkscreen printmaking technique, based on the precise printing of uniform areas of colour, and the witty creation of new mental and visual paradoxes.