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11" X 17" Reader Add to Cart Information

$ 36.00

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High concept and high fashion collide in the 11”x 17” Reader, a compilation of texts and images that examine and challenge the fashion industry’s prevailing value system while proposing new working methods. Through the reuse of samples, stock and archive items donated by various fashion brands, van Joolen developed two new series of products that are both conceptual and wearable: a series of unique 11”x 17” Sweaters and hybrid “inside-out” sneakers and sandals titled Invert Footwear. Bringing together the ethical components of production with intellectual property in our hyper-branded society, the project asks what constitutes a clothing collection? To whom does a piece of clothing really belong? Merging this with a hands-on approach, Van Joolen dares to challenge and rethink the current fashion system, proposing new models of production and presentation in a time when sustainability and cost efficiency are powerful forces. For this project, van Joolen collaborated with brands such as Converse, O’Neill, G Star, Nike and Monique van Heist. She asked the brands to deliver sample pieces and a crew neck sweater from which she cut a tabloidsized, 11 x 17-inch swatch. By mixing the pieces of different brands to create a new “collection”, the concept of branding is challenged. High-end sneakers get a similar treatment, turned inside out with dollar store flip-flops added as souls, and the rubber souls of those turned into sandals. The exposed stitching details reveal the hand of the craftsman—a nameless factory worker. Through conversations with Lynn Berger, Pascale Gatzen, Ruby Hoette, Alexandra Landre and José Teunissen, all noted experts in the field, and model-worn photographs from renowned Dutch fashion photographers Blommers / Schumm, van Joolen explores these questions that lie at the heart of this project.—Onomatopee

October 2014 / Softcover
9 x 11 inches / 104 pp / Extensive b&w and 24 color
ISBN: 978-94-91677-14-4
Design by Our Polite Society

Bauhaus Nº3 Things Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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After 80 years it’s back! BAUHAUS—the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation’s magazine, anyway. Everything from the Bauhaus world: essays, interviews and more. The first issue of bauhaus magazine was published in December 1926 to coincide with the opening of Walter Gropius’s classic Bauhaus building in Dessau. For five years, it reported on the most important modern trends, with Gropius, László Moholy-Nagy, Ernst Kallai and Hannes Meyer contributing as editors and texts from iconic figures such as Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Hilberseimer. The current Bauhaus Dessau Foundation is now publishing a new magazine under the old name—to cultivate the legacy of the historic Bauhaus and, given the ideas and approaches of the historic Bauhaus, to address issues of design in the present-day environment. The biannual magazine aims to focus not only on activities in Dessau, but also on those of an international network exploring issues of design. The magazine itself provides a platform for contemporary design, choosing a new graphic designer each year to produce two issues and making it extra-covetable for lovers of the printed word.

In this issue: Parallel to the foundation’s retrospective of designer Marcel Breuer, this issue seeks out objects that may at first sight appear banal, but which permit the analysis of utopia and its emancipatory effects, of fetish and consumer behavior—from teaspoon to cactus, from price tag to mirror, from casing to timetable. 

2012 / Softcover / English & German
9 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches / 152 pp
ISBN: 978-3-940064-48-6
Designed by Our Polite Society
Published by Spector Books

Bauhaus Nº4 Foto Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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After 80 years it’s back! BAUHAUS—the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation’s magazine, anyway. Everything from the Bauhaus world: essays, interviews and more. The first issue of bauhaus magazine was published in December 1926 to coincide with the opening of Walter Gropius’s classic Bauhaus building in Dessau. For five years, it reported on the most important modern trends, with Gropius, László Moholy-Nagy, Ernst Kallai and Hannes Meyer contributing as editors and texts from iconic figures such as Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Hilberseimer. The current Bauhaus Dessau Foundation is now publishing a new magazine under the old name—to cultivate the legacy of the historic Bauhaus and, given the ideas and approaches of the historic Bauhaus, to address issues of design in the present-day environment. The biannual magazine aims to focus not only on activities in Dessau, but also on those of an international network exploring issues of design. The magazine itself provides a platform for contemporary design, choosing a new graphic designer each year to produce two issues and making it extra-covetable for lovers of the printed word.

2012 / Softcover / English & German
9 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches / 160 pp
ISBN: 978-3-940064-63-9
Design by Our Polite Society
Published by Spector Books

Bauhaus Nº5 Tropics Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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After 80 years it’s back! BAUHAUS—the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation’s magazine, anyway. Everything from the Bauhaus world: essays, interviews and more. The first issue of bauhaus magazine was published in December 1926 to coincide with the opening of Walter Gropius’s classic Bauhaus building in Dessau. For five years, it reported on the most important modern trends, with Gropius, László Moholy-Nagy, Ernst Kallai and Hannes Meyer contributing as editors and texts from iconic figures such as Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Hilberseimer. The current Bauhaus Dessau Foundation is now publishing a new magazine under the old name—to cultivate the legacy of the historic Bauhaus and, given the ideas and approaches of the historic Bauhaus, to address issues of design in the present-day environment. The biannual magazine aims to focus not only on activities in Dessau, but also on those of an international network exploring issues of design. The magazine itself provides a platform for contemporary design, choosing a new graphic designer each year to produce two issues and making it extra-covetable for lovers of the printed word.

In this issue: How did the tropics act as an ideal of modernism? An international roster of writers explores aspects of the tropics, from nudity to pre-Colombian textiles to a cultural history of the bungalow as a global architectural archetype.

September 2013 / Softcover / English & German
9 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches / 152 pp
ISBN: 978-3-940064-68-4
Designed by Cyan (Berlin)
Published by Spector Books

Bauhaus Paperback Nº5 Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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With its factory-like façade and rounded, vertical lettering spelling “B-A-U-H-A-U-S” – the Bauhaus Dessau building, designed and built by Walter Gropius in 1926, is the built manifestation of a revolution in design and education. In 2012, Germany publisher Spector Books began an extraordinary collaboration with the current Foundation Bauhaus Dessau to produce several new guide books on the rich history of the school. Designed by Berlin-based graphic designer Eike Konig, and available in English, volume 5 documents the history of the design and influence of the Bauhaus buildings. The pocket guides are printed in period black-and-white on a satisfying pulpy paper stock and accompanyies an exhibition on the same topic at the Foundation center. A must-have for all Bauhaus aficionados.

July 2014 / Softcover
4 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches / 176 pp / 35 b&w and 22 color floor plans
ISBN: 978-3-944669-26-7
Christin Irrgang & Ingolf Kern
Design by Hort

Charles Negre & Thomas Rousset: 164° On The Equator Add to Cart Information

$ 44.00

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Photography by Charles Negre & Thomas Rousset
Edited and designed by Études Studio
Published by Études Books, Paris
Image post production by Janvier

First edition, 500 copies
November 2015, printed in EU

©2015, Études Books for this edition
©2015, Charles Negre & Thomas Rousset for the images

80 pages full color offset
24 x33 cm / 9,5’’x13’’
Soft cover + PVC dust cover
Text Insert - Language: English / French
Publication date: November 2015

ISBN 978-2-36962-008-2

Chris Wiley: Techical Compositions Add to Cart Information

$ 45.00

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Photography by Chris Wiley
Text by Lucas Blalock
Edited and designed by Études Studio

Published by Études Books, Paris
Image post production by Janvier
First edition, 300 copies
September 2014, printed in EU

©2014, Études Books for this edition and Chris Wiley for the images.

48 pages Full Colour Offset
17 cm x 24 cm I 6,7″ x 9,4″
Blue cloth cover with embossing on front,
spine and back – image on front
Language: English / French
Publication date: September 2014

City [Un]archived Add to Cart Information

$ 24.00

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How do personal archives link public and private space, the individual and the collective? Do they contribute to a critical discussion of the future? city [un]archived is a project book of photographs, maps and writings assembled by artist collective Tibilisi InSights. Using the disputed borders and fractured identity and people of Tibilisi, Georgia, as their laboratory, the collective opens up the larger global discussion on the role of geography and systematization in shaping present-day city living. Each chapter is devoted to a project and essay by one of the members of Tibilisi InSights including artist/activist Tamuna Chabashvili, social anthropologist/artist Data Chigholashvili, architect Gvantsa Nikolaishvili, conceptual artist Katharina Stadler, media artist Lado Darakhvelidze, Nini Palavandishvili, Amsterdam-based artist Giorgi Tabatadze and Berlin-based artist Sophia Tabatadze. Photographs and texts running throughout the book are intended to be cross-referenced.

February 2016 / Softcover
5 ½ x 7 ¾ inches / 128 pp / 94 b&w
ISBN: 978-94-91677-49-6
Edited by Katharina Stadler & Data Chigholashvili
Published by Onomatopee
Designed by Bardhi Haliti

Cleon Peterson Add to Cart Information

$ 27.00

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First edition, 2015 / Hardcover / English
5.5 × 7.5 inches / full-color offset / 64 pp
ISBN 9780985733759
Foreword by Shepard Fairey
Introduction by Leigh Ledare
Essay by Christopher Sleboda and Kathleen Sleboda
Published by Draw Down

Colin Snap: ID Add to Cart Information

$ 26.00

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Images by Colin Snapp
Edited and designed by Études Studio, Paris
Published by Études Books
Image post production by Janvier
First edition, 500 copies
September 2015, printed in EU

©2015 Études Books for this edition.
©2015 Colin Snapp for the images.

Specificities: 72 pages full color offset
13 x 19 cm | 5.1’’ x 7.5’’
Screenprinted illustration on cover
Publication date: September 2015

ISBN 978-2-36962-006-8

Daniel Everett: Throughout The Universe In Perpetuity Add to Cart Information

$ 55.00

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Photography by Daniel Everett
Edited and designed by Études Studio
Published by Études Books, Paris
Image post production by Janvier

First edition, 500 copies
November 2015, printed in EU

144 pages full color offset
24 x33 cm / 9,5’’x13’’,
Hard Cover
Text Language: English / French
Publication date: November 2015

ISBN 978-2-36962-009-9

Daniel Turner: Marjorie Add to Cart Information

$ 26.00

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Artworks by Daniel Turner
Edited and designed by Études Studio, Paris
Published by Études Books
Image post production by Janvier

First edition, 500 copies
September 2015, printed in EU
©2015 Études Books for this edition.
©2015 Daniel Turner for the images.

32 pages full color offset
21 x 29,7 cm | 8.3’’ x 11.7’’
Plastic sleeve with screenprint
Insert with index information
Publication date: September 2015

ISBN 978-2-36962-007-5

Dutch Design Talents 14 Add to Cart Information

$ 37.00

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The annual review showcases the best graduating graphic designers, digital creative, fashion designers, illustrators, product designers, and artists from the leading Dutch art academies, this year upgraded to a printed publication. The chosen theme for the book refers to the gap between education and work, and its contents balance a diverse range of graduates from different academies, cities, ages, areas of expertise, and aesthetics. Each is distinct, yet they all share the power to inspire and redefine. Also included, a dialogue between Liza Enebeis, Marcel Kampman, Nalden, Pauline van Dongen, and Willem van Roosmalen on the dynamic between design education and work.

2015 / Hardcover / English
17 x 24 cm / 208 pp
Publisher Fontanel

 

Even Magazine Issue 3 Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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Essays: The Robot's Mixtape by Deirdre Loughridge; 
Loudspeakers by Daniel Fairfax; 
The Southern Dynasty by Florencia Malbrán
Interview with NEÏL BELOUFA
Reviews: Paris by Thomas Chatterton Williams; 
New York by John Ganz; Warsaw by Karol Sienkiewicz; 
Norway by Johanne Norby Wernø.

Publisher: Rebecca Ann Siegel 
Editor-in-chief: Jason Farago
Designer; Common Name
Language: English
Pages: 176 
Size: 6.5 x 11 in
Binding: Soft Cover
ISSN: 0744702940161

Evil People in Modernist Homes in Popular Films Add to Cart Information

$ 16.00

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E.P.i.M.H.i.P.F. offers a serious but lighthearted investigation of the representation of modernist architecture in popular film, reflecting on the convention of associating evil characters and events with modern buildings, and also, more generally, on the relation between cinema and architecture. A series of film stills, quotes and accompanying texts point to examples in The Damned Don't Cry (1950), Diamonds are Forever (1971), Blade Runner (1982), Body Double (1984), Lethal Weapon 2 (1989), L.A. Confidential (1997), The Big Lebowski (1998), and Twilight (2008). Includes essays by Steve Rose, Jon Yoder, and Joseph Rosa.

Vol. 1, MMX.
Second edition, 2013 / English
Printed in an edition of 1,000
11.5 × 15 inches / 2-color offset / 24 pp
ISBN 9780985733735
Designed by Benjamin Critton
Published by Draw Down

Experimental Jetset: Statement And Counter-statement Add to Cart Information

$ 35.00

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The first publication on the work of Dutch power trio Experimental Jetset features almost two decades of graphic design praxis. Rather than a monolithic monograph, it is a very loose, personal archive, with essays by Linda van Deursen, Mark Owens, and Ian Svenonius, plus two photographic chapters with a selection of work by the studio, covering both printed matter and the documentation of site-specific pieces and installations. To conclude is a glossary-like anthology of texts (fragments of interviews, lectures, correspondence, etc.) previously written by Experimental Jetset, selected, edited, and structured by Jon Sueda.

2015 / Softcover / English
11 x 18 cm / 576 pp
ISBN 9789491843402
Designed by Experimental Jetset
Publisher Roma Publications

 

Flaka Haliti: Speculating on the Blue Add to Cart Information

$ 30.00

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For the Kosovo Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale, artist Flaka Haliti created the installation Speculating on the Blue, reflecting on the meaning of borders, democracy, freedom and mobility. The skeletons of barrier-like objects in the space are a reference to the aesthetics of the concrete walls that are erected between nations as a materialization of conflict. Haliti’s installation aims at demilitarizing and decontextualizing this specific aesthetic practice by stripping the columns down to their material essence and juxtaposing them with elements that are by nature resistant to the concept of borders. In this scenario, the horizon and the blue pictorial ground, which directly references the blue-painted barriers in front of the Kosovo UN, create a counter image to the concept of borders as a tool to raise new perspectives. In addition is an artist’s conversation with Markus Miessen and an essay by curator Vanessa Joan Müller.

October 2015 / Hardcover
4 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches / 176 pp / 9 color
ISBN: 978-3-95679-150-5
Edited by Nicolaus Shafhausen
Designed by Bardhi Haliti
Published by Sternberg Press

Graphic 18: Workshop Issue Add to Cart Information

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Graphic 18 focuses on small workshops at different specific locations which involves only a small number of participants. The idea is to give us a broader perspective and deduce in what direction today’s graphic design is heading. This issue covers 16 different workshops amongst them the Gerrit Rietveld Academy (JOFF & Julia Born), the Kunstfabrik (Radim Peško, Marco Walser), Bauhaus University (Nicolas Bourquin, Thibaud Tissot), the Drawing Room (Fraser Muggeridge), Werkplaats Typografie in Yahşibey, Turkey (James Goggin, Maureen Mooren), Sint-Lucas Visual Arts (Charlotte Cheetham from Manystuff), ECAL (Guy Meldem, David Keshavjee, Julien Tavelli) and others.

Softcover / Korean & English/
23 x 30 cm / 208 pp
ISBN 9788996662204
Publisher Propaganda 

Graphic 19: What A Beautiful Book Is: Best Book Competition Add to Cart Information

$ 32.00

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This issue of ‘Graphic’ covers best book competitions that judge the “beauty” of the contending books. A total of five competitions or events are included: national competitions from the Netherlands, France, Belgium and Sweden as well as the best-known one from Switzerland. Interviews with Just Enschedé, Julien Magnani, Anisha Imhasly, Greger Bergvall, Pierre Huygebaert, Lim Kyungyong and others. All awarded books are shown accompanied by comments from the judges.

Softcover / Korean & English
23 x 30 cm / 208 pp
ISBN 9788996662228
Publisher: Propaganda

 

Graphic 22: Yale Special Add to Cart Information

$ 40.00

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This issue offers a compendium of work from Graphic Design MFA candidates at Yale University, accompanied by interviews with both faculty and the students themselves that give a wide spectrum of thoughts and insight into perspectives and projects, as well as aspirations for the future of design. Numerous tear-out postcards of the students’ work complete the volume.

Softcover / Korean & English
23 x 30 cm / 336 pp
ISBN 9788996662259
Publisher Propaganda

 

Graphic Magazine 11: Ideas of Design Exhibition Add to Cart Information

$ 24.00

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Recent developments in exhibition design has seen the rise of a new conceptual methodology that allows for the fluid translation of these designs into a range of different mediums such as graphic design, architecture, online-space, collecting and publishing. Graphic presents a collection of 12 noteworthy exhibitions, that have recently gained praise and support for their different approaches. Exhibitions such as: Roma Publications 1 – 90, Kiosk, Designing Critical Design, Forms of Inquiry, From Mars, In Real Life and Extended Caption (DDDG) are included, accompanied by detailed photographs of the exhibitions and interviews with the initiators. A collection of black and white line drawings by Walter Warton that explore these exhibitions are interspersed throughout the magazine.

Softcover / Korean & English
23 x 30 cm /192 pp
ISBN 19757905
Publisher Propaganda

 

Graphic Magazine 16: Type Archive Add to Cart Information

$ 42.50

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This issue exhibits a wide spectrum of 48 typefaces; some distributed through type foundries while others by the designers themselves; long-term projects that took several years to experimental typefaces designed in a short time. Reflecting on the current progressions and diversity of contemporary typeface design, they are exemplary typefaces of the digital era. This issue also includes a same sized booklet including edited versions of interviews with the typeface designers including Bruno Bernard, Chris Dickinson, Dino dos Santos, Abi Huynh, Emanuela Conidi, Aurele Sack, Tal Leming and many others.

2010 / Spiral bound / Korean & English
23 x 30 cm / 296 pp
ISBN 9788996060987
Publisher Propaganda

 

 

Graphic Texts: Issues 1-20 2007-2011 Add to Cart Information

$ 67.00

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This weighty compilation of writings from 20 issues of ‘Graphic’ distils five years of interviews and other texts into a single volume. It intends to bring clarity to the magazine’s “effort to highlight the graphic design process and mindset by focusing on the independent approaches of its practitioners”, and offers more polished and complete versions of texts covering a wide spectrum of themes, perspectives and individual designers. Across more than 1000 pages, it also reflects the gradual transformation of ‘Graphic’ into an exploration into international visual culture. Both Korean and (since 2009) English writings have been republished.

Harcover / Korean & English
22 x 30 cm / 1120 pp
ISBN 9788998143053
Publisher Propaganda

 

Irena Haiduk: Spells Add to Cart Information

$ 25.00

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Irena Haiduk has sharp teeth and a killer instinct. In Spells, the Balkan artist leads the way to the sunny spot where every soul suffers infinite injustice.Spells is the first collection of Haiduk’s writing, gathering texts and limited-edition publications since 2007. Her multifaceted works reach far beyond Balkan history and mingle with other corrosive forces, fueling a deep questioning of well-fed bodies of power. Moving through a wide range of formats, the intentionally strident black-and-white graphics of the book echo the disturbing content of her manifestos, music scores, forecasts, conversations, translations, architectural programs and other difficult-to-categorize works. Haiduk has exhibited at The Insitute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, the University of Chicago’s Renais- sance Society, and the 14th Istanbul Biennial. Her provocative voice is captured in both design and concept of this compelling monograph.

February 2016 / Softcover
5 ½ x 8 ¾ inches / 208 Pages
ISBN: 978-3-95679-122-2
Designed by Till Wiedeck
Published by Sternberg Press

Jaakko Pallasvuo: Pure Shores Add to Cart Information

$ 18.00

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A poisonous teen-lit sensation drifts through a new-years-eve party on the brink of 2028. A chance encounter at the party leads to a multi-year road trip through fantasies, fears and disappointments. D is for Desire. Paradise has its price.

I'm moving
I'm coming
Can you hear, what I hear
It's calling you my dear
Out of reach
(Take me to my beach)
I can hear it, calling you
I'm coming not drowning
Swimming closer to you
—All Saints, Pure Shores

2015 / Edition of 1000
114 × 162 mm / 
1/2 Colour Offset / 96 pp 

 

JP Haynie: Enjoy the Heavy Traffic Add to Cart Information

$ 15.00

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100 black and white photographs by JP Haynie. A presentation of complimentary images over 50 spreads.

Size: 5" X 7"
Pages: 100
Edition: 100
Binding: Softbound
Designed by Number 04
Published by Number 04
N04-002

Karel Martens: Full Color Add to Cart Information

$ 33.50

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Comprising scores of photographs from inside the studio of the prolific Dutch graphic designer and educator Karel Martens, this book is a testament to the personal and experimental nature of his work. Although he can be placed in the tradition of Dutch modernism, Martens seems to maintain a certain distance from contemporary developments. The shelves of books and stacks of papers seen in these images are evocative of both his professional practice and work as an artist, which more recently entails making relief prints from found industrial artefacts. A fascinating and intimate creative portrait of this design community mentor, with texts by David Senior and Martens himself.


2013 / Softcover / Japanese & English
16 x 22 cm / 160 pp
David Senior, Karel Martens
Publisher Roma Publications
ISBN 9789077459980

Karel Martens: Reprint Add to Cart Information

$ 31.50

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This book is published on the occasion of an exhibition of work by Dutch designer Karel Martens at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. Besides offering a closer look at his free work, it also covers his approach to the teaching of graphic design. Comprising a selection of both past work and more recent applied work, it also includes new essays by David Bennewith, who examines Martens' approach to teaching through its history and accounts from students, and Robin Kinross, who offers a meditation on the artist’s free work, which demonstrates a consistent line of inquiry through his 54 years in graphic design. Martens was the recipient of the Gerrit Noordzij Prize in 2012.


2015 / Softcover / English
17 x 24 cm / 84 pp
ISBN 9789491843310
Publisher Roma Publications

Lapdogs of the Bourgeoisie Add to Cart Information

$ 27.00

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Class inevitably raises awkward questions for the protagonists of contemporary art – about their backgrounds, patrons and ideological proclivities. Lapdogs of the Bourgeoisie investigates this latent yet easily overlooked issue, which has been historically eclipsed by gender, sexuality, ethnicity and nationality. This book creates a conversation on a sensitive subject, bringing together essays by art-world types including artists, curators and critics. On one hand, the ideas here raise the question of whether a given socio-economic background still helps define an artistic career – and to which point this career might reflect or consolidate the hierarchies in question. On the other hand, the project asks whether the traditional ways of analyzing class structure are actually helpful in an examination of who makes art today.

2010 / Softcover / 6 5/8 x 9 3/8 inches / 180 pp / 15 b&w and 95 color
ISBN: 978-1-933128-88-7
Edited by Nav Haq and Tirdad Zolghadr
Published by Sternberg Press
Designed by Zak Group

Mårten Lange: Citizen Add to Cart Information

$ 48.00

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Photography by Mårten Lange
Edited and designed by Études Studio

Published by Études Books, Paris
www.etudes-studio.com
Image post production by Janvier
First edition, 500 copies
May 2015, printed in EU

©2015, Études Books for this edition
and Mårten Lange for the images.

32 pages full color offset
22 x28 cm | 8.5’’ x 11’’
Green cloth cover with embossing on front,
Five dust cover variations
Publication date: May 2015

ISBN 978-2-36962-005-1

Metahaven: Black Transparency Add to Cart Information

$ 31.00

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A Google executive once said: “If you want to liberate a society just give them the Internet.” But how do you liberate a society that already has the Internet? A new generation has taken to the Internet to defend the right to governance without secrets—from Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks, to the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative and the revelations of Edward Snowden. A wide-ranging and multifaceted coalition is now busy revealing the militarized dystopia at the core of the modern state. The possibilities the Internet offers for self-organization and the sharing of information are undermined by the economically motivated power structure of the hidden, which does not fit with our democratic humanitarian principles. Metahaven (@mthvn), a Dutch design and research collective led by Vinca Kruk and Daniel van der Velden, has vocally supported WikiLeaks through their graphic design work. In this exhibition document cum manifesto, Metahaven’s research and design work is translated into visual proposals, infographics, garments, short film and video interviews with internet activists and experts who weigh in on the ambiguity, contradictions and potential around the production and distribution of information. Contributions by media theorist Benjamin Bratton, intellectual property specialist James Grimmelmann, programmer Vinay Gupta, information activist Smári McCarthy, self-described “hacker” Eleanor Saitta and architect Liam Young. The book accompanies eponymous exhibitions of Metahaven’s work at Bureau Europa in Maastricht and Future Gallery in Berlin.

February 2016 / Softcover
5 x 7 ¾ inches / 288 pp / 100 b&w and color
ISBN: 978-3-95679-006-5
Written and Designed by Metahaven
Published by Sternberg Press

Mohamed Bourouissa: Temps Mort Add to Cart Information

$ 55.00

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Images by Mohamed Bourouissa in collaboration with Al (FR)
Text by Magali Jauffret
Edited and designed by Études Studio
Published by Études Books and kamel mennour, Paris
Image post production by Janvier.

First edition, 1000 copies
January 2014, Printed in EU
© 2014, Etudes Books and kamel mennour for this edition
© 2014, Mohamed Bourouissa for the images with the courtesy of kamel mennour, Paris.

140 pages full colour offset
24 x33 cm / 9,5’’x13’’,
White cover with embossing on front, spine and back
Language: English / French

Mould Map 4: Eurozone SpeZial Add to Cart Information

$ 23.50

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A book about Europe and its possible futures.

Featuring newly commissioned comics, art and graphics from; Leon Sadler, Edwin Burdis, Daniel Swan, Michael Willis, Patrick Crotty, Grace Wilson, Dan Mitchell, Will Sweeney, Ed Fornieles, Brecht Vandenbroucke, Yannick Val Gesto with Eva Munz, Sany, Amalia Ulman, Hanna K, MOSA, Gwenaël Rattke, Stathis Tsemberlidis, Yuri Pattison, Suzanne Treister, Jody Barton, New Scenario, Stefan Sadler, Jonathan Djob Nkondo, Gabriel Corbera, Pierre Vanni, Roope Eronen and Viktor Hachmang.

Contextualised by features on both near-future speculative / design fiction and historical counterculture movements including; Huw Wahl on 60s inflatable art collective Action Space, Federico Pagello on Frigidaire Magazine and comics of the radical left in 70s Italy, a selection of activist ephemera from the stock of Mayfair dealer Carl Williams at Maggs Brothers, Ingo Niermann in conversation with Matilda Tjäder about the origins and development of the Sternberg Solutions series, Dunne & Raby and the use of illustration within their United Micro Kingdoms project and finally a selection of works from the 2014 White Cube exhibition by Gilbert & George — Scapegoating Pictures For London.

 

Post Note: Postage can be relatively expensive on heavy books. To make up for it all orders of Mould Map 4 also include a free copy of John's Worth by Jonathan Chandler and an A2 Site Office poster by Ben Mendelewicz.

Include a free copy of John's Worth by Jonathan Chandler, Les Scrupules Crépusculaires zine and print by Raphael Garnier plus an A2 Site Office poster by Ben Mendelewicz.

2015 / Softcover 
Edition of 2500 / Printed in the EU
114 × 162 mm / 5 Colour Offset / 128 Pages
ISSN 204567784
Edited by Hugh Frost & Leon Sadler
Graphic design by Hugh Frost

 

Natalie Neal Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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Artist monograph for director/photographer Natalie Neal.

Date: March 2014
Size: 6 x 8.25″
Pages: 100
Stock: Glossy and uncoated
Edition: 200
Designed by Number 04
Published by Number 04
N04-001

Noah Jackson & Jacob Haupt: Infinity Gate Add to Cart Information

$ 50.00

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Infinity Gate depicts unknown realms while admitting the impossibility of the act. The project offers criticism and reverence towards fabricated spiritual encounters. Rather than elaborating or resting, the images offer glimpses, conjuring the mood of an initial encounter. Photographs of casinos, laser tag arenas and other replica-based locations highlight a lust for godliness and impossible paradises. Existing in a strange stasis, the creatures remain in a place somewhere both pathetic and sublime.

Artist: Noah Jackson & Jacob Haupt
Designer: Noah Jackson & Jacob Haupt
Editor: Noah Jackson & Jacob Haupt
Imprint: Self Published
Date: August, 2015
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah USA
Edition: 100
Format and binding: Softcover / Perfect Bound
Size: 9.2 x 7.4 in. (23.5 x 19 cm)
Pages: 97 
Images: 54

Peter Funch: Studies Of Last Flight Add to Cart Information

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Photography by Peter Funch
Text by William Pym
Edited and designed by Études Studio

Published by Études Books, Paris
Image post production by Janvier
First edition, 300 copies
September 2014, printed in EU

©2014, Études Books for this edition and Peter Funch for the images.

48 pages Full Colour Offset
17 cm x 24 cm I 6,7″ x 9,4″
Blue cloth cover with embossing on front,
spine and back – image on front
Language: English / French
Publication date: September 2014

PF1: The Church Issue Add to Cart Information

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Public Fiction is a quarterly based in LA and with LA as subject. This is the church issue.

 

With contributions by Claire Cronin, Maja D’Aoust, Trinie Dalton, Sophia Dixon Frydman, Diva Dompé, Jesse Fleming, Corey Fogel, Chiara Giovando, Liz Glynn, Maureen Keaveny, David Korty, Chris Kraus, Chris Lipomi, Lucky Dragons, Jason Manley, Davida Nemeroff, Alison O’Daniel, Adam Overton, Owl Eyes, Michael Parker, Erin Perry, Ron Regé Jr., Mark A. Rodriguez, Tanya Rubbak, Asha Schechter, Margaret Wappler.

 

Author: Sophia Dixon Frydman and Lauren Mackler
Publisher: Public Fiction
Language: English
Pages: 64
Size: 8 x 10in
Binding: Saddle Stitch
ISBN: 978-0-615-49712-9
Offset 2/1
Night Papers insert: Newspaper, 12 pp, web offset 1/1, 11 x 17in
Edition of 1000

PF2: The Gold Rush/Manifest Destiny Issue Add to Cart Information

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“This one is about the promise of the west, The Gold Rush, the impulse to Manifest Destiny... Over time, the materials may change but the impulse remains the same: replace gold with citrus, celebrity, space, light, and freedom. The move West stands in for ambition, an urgency to go further, make bigger, be alone against the world.”

 

With contributions from Lisa Anne Auerbach, Scott Benzel, Andrew Berardini, Jessica Ciocci, Zoe Crosher, Victoria Dailey, Trinie Dalton, Cali DeWitt, Michael Dopp, Hedi El Kholti, Helga Fassonaki, Shannon Flaherty, Matt Fishbeck, Eve Fowler, Paul Gellman, David Hendren, Patrick Jackson, Dawn Kasper, Brian Kennon, Annie Lapin, Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, Anthony Lepore, Cybele Lyle, Christopher Michlig, Joel Kyack, Davida Nemeroff, Alee Peoples, Gala Porras-Kim, Ry Rocklen, Amanda Ross-Ho, Allison Schulnik, Kate Wolf, Bobbie Woods, Eric Yahnker.

 

Publisher: Public Fiction
Language: English
Pages: 64
Size: 9 1/4 x 13in
Binding: Saddle Stitch
Poster insert by Allen Ruppersberg
Newsprint insert curated by Workspace
BW with monoprint color throughout, 2012

PF3: The Club Issue Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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“This is going to be a little different. Whereas the other issues came out after the exhibitions, this one comes out during. While the others had the advantage of hindsight, this one has the urgency of a deadline (the short window of time that the show is up). If the previous issues have been ephemera, this one is a survey.”

 

With contributions by Andrew Berardini, Jessica Ciocci, Peter Coffin, Sara Clendening, Victoria Dailey, Jeffrey Deitch, Travis Diehl, Jim Drain, Cayetano Ferrer, Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe, Liz Glynn, Samara Golden, Ben Jones, Sanya Kantarovsky, Adam Marnie, Miles Martinez, Dave Muller, Richard Newton, Night Gallery, Pep Talk, Alex Pelly, Anton Perse, Lane Relyea, Miko Revereza, Jason Rhoades, Spencer Sweeney, The Fell-Apart Team (Jan Tumlir & Brian Todd-Mann), Wendy Yao.

 

Author: Lauren Mackler
Publisher: Public Fiction
Language: English
Pages: 48
Size: 26.5 x 16.5cm
Binding: Saddle Stitch
ISBN: 978-0-9854655-0-6
Poster insert by Laura Owens
Club Mix by Cali Thornhill Dewitt

PF6: The Stand In (or A Glass of Milk) Add to Cart Information

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The 6th edition of the Public Fiction journal, produced as a result of The Stand In (or A Glass of Milk) exhibition curated by Alexandra Gaty and Lauren Mackler.

With writing by: Cara Benedetto, Joseph Mosconi and Jibade-Khalil Huffman.

With contributions by Trisha Baga, Scott Benzel, Gabriele Beveridge, Lucas Blalock, Nina Canell, Marieta Chirulescu, Isabelle Cornaro, Deanne Erdmann, Brendan Fowler, Erik Frydenborg, Amy Granat, Nathan Hylden, Barbara Kasten, Erik Lindman, Shana Lutker, Alex Olson, taisha paggett, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Karen Adelman & Lindsay August Salazar, Rachelle Sawatsky, Sara VanDerBeek, Erika Vogt, Rosha Yaghmai and Flora Wiegmann.

 Lithography printed. Edition of 150.

PIN-UP Magazine Issue 19 Add to Cart Information

$ 21.00

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The 240 pages of PIN–UP 19, which was designed by our new Art Director Erin Knutson, are a paean to the infinite variety of sets and stages that architecture and design provide for the performance of our lives — whether digital or IRL — and to the objects that fill them. From remote country refuges to buoyant urban cathedrals of culture, commerce, or consumption, from repositories of our fondest memories to utopian visions of the future, it’s all in the great indoors.

Feature: Jean Nouvel, IPPOLITO PESTELLINI LAPARELLI, WENDY GOODMAN, PEDRO FRIEDEBERG and more.

Language: english
Pages: 240
Size: 9 x 12in
Binding: Softcover
Editor-in-chief: Felix Burrichter

Pseudorandom Landscape Add to Cart Information

$ 35.00

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“Pseudorandomness is described as a computational process or system that appears to be random but is actually not. This type of process imitates reality, creating an illusion of a natural process that is fundamentally a list of instructions that produces fixed outcomes based on the information it is given.

 

The images from Pseudorandom Landscape are a selection of computer generated abstractions from landscape imagery that have been created from this type of process through the input of names into the website pseudorandom-landscape.com”

 

Artist: Mitchell Barton and Keith Moore
Designer: Mitchell Barton and Keith Moore
Format and binding: Softcover / Perfect bound
Size: 6.75 x 7.75in
Pages: 68

Raphaël Garnier: Les Scrupules Crépusculaires Add to Cart Information

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A new zine and print in the series 'la Trance' by French artist and designer Raphaël Garnier. Zine printed in fluorescent yellow & black, with the A4 print in metallic copper and blue.

2015 / Printed in the EU
148 × 210 mm / 2/2 Color Offset / 16 pp

Shoplifters Issue 2 Add to Cart Information

$ 15.00

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Shoplifters Issue 2

—Erik Dalzen
—Greg Lindy
—Luke Jackson
—Allan Ludwig
—Jared Steffensen
—Daniel Everett

2013 / Spiral Bound / English
6 x 9 inches / 87 pp
Designed by Number 04

Slanted Nº19: Super Families Add to Cart Information

$ 18.50

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Slanted Nº19: Super Families hosts a great family party. In this issue we focus on large font families, and their family trees, displaying an amazing variety. They all have a large amount of weights that features an extreme range, giving a spectacle from Hairline to Ultra Black with Compressed to Extended. Relatives also come in Sans, Serif, Semi-Serif, Slab, Rounded etc.

2012 / Softcover / English & German
24 x 32 cm / 164 pp 
Edited by 
MAGMA Brand Design

 

Slanted Nº22: Art Type Add to Cart Information

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Slanted Art Type brings together texts and works from the art world. The magazine presents a large number of art works and installation shots that explore language and typography by internationally renowned artists. It features a Q/A section with design studios developing visual identities in the field of culture production and numerous essays and interviews focussing on art, design and type.

Thanks to Augmented Reality and Junaio app Slanted readers can explore lots of interactive extras by moving their smartphone over the magazine’s pages.

Participants: Mirko Borsche, Lars Breuer, Stefan Brüggemann, Sico Carlier, Rosson Crow, Shannon Ebner, Paul Elliman, Experimental Jetset, Hannes Famira, Edward Fella, Lutz Fezer, Luca Frei, Gilbert & George, Liam Gillick, James Goggin, Tommy Grace, Karl Haendel, Alex Hanimann, Helmo, Dennis Hopper, Jeffery Keedy, Astrid Klein, Zak Kyes, Carolina Laudon, Lola, Chris Lozos, Ian Lynam, Michel M., Michel Majerus, Stefan Marx, Metahaven, David Millhouse, Kate Moross, Neasden Control Centre, Alexander Negrelli, Navid Nuur, Ruben Pater, David Peacock, Daniel Pflumm, Project Projects, Allen Ruppersberg, Ed Ruscha, Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh, Stefan Sandner, Paula Scher, Aurel Schmidt, Pamela C. Scorzin, Jeffrey Shaw, David Spiller, Manuel Raeder, The Entente, Thonik, Mark Titchner, Christian Vetter, Johannes Wohnseifer, Michael Worthington

Inside the magazine you will find again the booklet “Contemporary Typefaces” showcasing the best ones from 2012 and 2013.

Designer Contemporary Typefaces: Sibylle Hagmann (Axia, Kontour), Hannes von Döhren (Brandon Text, HVD Fonts), Jonathan Abbott, Jonathan Barnbrook, Julián Moncada (Doctrine, VirusFonts), Elena Schneider (Eskorte, Rosetta Type Foundry), Phil Garnham (FS Emeric, Fontsmith Ltd), Marc Kappeler & Dominik Huber (GT Pressura, Grilli Type), James Todd (HWT Unit Gothic, P22/Hamilton Wood Type Foundry), Ramiro Espinoza (Medusa, ReType), Benoît Bodhuin (Mineral, bb-bureau/VolcanoType), Berton Hasebe (Portrait, Commercial Type), Zuzana Licko (Program, Emigre), Underware (Sauna Mono, Underware), Cyrus Highsmith (Serge, Font Bureau), Martina Flor (Supernova, Typotheque)

2013 / Softcover / English & German
16 x 24 cm / 320 pp 
Publisher/Design & 
edited by MAGMA Brand Design

Price: DE: 18 Euro / Others: 21 Euro 

Slanted Nº25: Paris Add to Cart Information

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Loved and hated, hated and loved—seemingly no other European nation has a similarly segmented relationship to their capital as the French. Everything starts in Paris and everything conspires here. The city is the undisputed center of gravity of the country—almighty and omnipresent. All power originates and disperses from the city; politics, economics and culture. 

In February 2015, the Slanted editors embarked on a one-week-trip to Paris to take a close-up look at contemporary design work and the loved and hated capitol of France. The Slanted team met 18 design studios and found a virtuosic approach on the unconcealed wounds and contradictions of a rapidly changing society as well as spirit and humor as a subversive armamentarium. They produced comprehensive studio portraits which provide a vivid and up-to-the-minute picture of the scene.

The resulting video interviews have been enriched with video material from the Shutterstock collection. Thanks to Augmented Reality and the Junaio app, readers can easily watch embedded videos of the Paris trip on mobile devices. Additionally, some of the videos can be watched online for free at slanted.de/videos

The issue is thematically complemented by illustrations, photography and fine art from contemporary culture.

visites et auteurs: ABM StudioAkatre, Quentin AldhuiAmelangePhilippe ApeloigAtelier de Création Graphique, Atelier Formes VivesAtelier Michel Bouvet, Benoît BodhuinCaroline BouigeLea Broussec-albumCharlotte CheethamCocoJocelyn CottencinSophie Della CorteDes Signes, Pierre-Olivier DeschampsdeValence, Jonathan FabreguettesFontyou, Morgan FortemsFabienne FranciscoFrédéric Teschner StudioAmélie Gastaut, Stéphane GoddardGUstoHannah & JoelIlka HelmigHelmoMehdi HercbergÉtienne HervyLaurent Fétis & Sarah Martinon, Olivier LebrunLes GraphiquantsVéfa LucasIan LynamGuillaume MaryThibault MaupetitFanette MellierIsabelle MoisyCharlotte MolasMy Name is WendyVincent PerrottetPinar&Viola, Jean François PorchezÉmilie RigaudÉtienne RobialRaban RuddigkeitAlice Sfintesco, Julie Sittler, Spassky Fischer, SuperscriptSyndicat, Frédéric TacerPierre Vanni, Vier5Yorgo&Co.

The booklet “Contemporary Typefaces” presents fourteen recently published typefaces we think are important and interesting: Amster (Francisco Gálvez / PampaType), Beausite (Yassin Baggar / Fatype), Berlingske (Jonas Heksher / Playtype), Christel (Sascha Timplan / Stereotypes), Duwal Pro (Dennis Dünnwald / VolcanoType), Gemeli Micro (Jean-Baptiste Levée / Production Type), Kraaken FY (Fontyou graphic and type team / Fontyou), Mislab (Xavier Dupré / Typofonderie), Patron (Timo Gaessner / Milieu Grotesque), Plaak (Damien Gautier / Éditions deux-cent-cinq), Superb (Paco González / Resistenza), Taz Wide & Extended (Luc(as) de Groot / LucasFonts), UIB (Damiá Rotger Miró / Ductil), Woodkit (Ondrej Job / Typotheque)

 

2015 / Softcover / English & German
16 x 24 cm / 288 pp 
Publisher/Design by Slanted Publishers

 

Slanted Nº26: New York Add to Cart Information

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Slanted (David) took oneself to New York (Goliath) in September 2015 to meet the generation of designers, typographers and artists who witness and shape the transition of the city. They produced comprehensive studio portraits and video interviews which provide a vivid and up-to-the-minute picture of the scene.

Because the city grew old and mainstreamed – it’s a  miracle that it still works. The city has kept its speed and those who do not  stick with it will be left over. The continuing speed is New York’s power; everyone living here wants to do or become something/someone. Nobody lives here without a good reason. Creativity is part of the fight for survival. Therefore Andy Warhol’s banana – originally designed for the Velvet Underground – suits much better to New York than the “big apple.”

Furthermore the issue is thematically complemented by illustrations, photography, interviews and essays. 

visits and authors: 

2×4, Jonathan Auch, George Bates, Lucas MRKA Benarroch, Nicholas Blechman, Jon Burgerman, Joshua Darden, Stephen Doyle, Everything Type Company, Louise Fili, Milton Glaser, Jon Han, Steven Heller, Gonzalo Hergueta, Jennifer Heuer, Paul Hoppe, Philipp Hubert, Mirko Ilić, Ken Johnston, karlssonwilker, MyORB, Chad Kloepfer, Christine Lhowe, Alex Lin, Ian Lynam, Dannell MacIlwraith, Alex Eben Meyer, Wael Morcos, Silas Munro, MTWTF, Joe Newton, Open, Original Champions of Design, Other Means, Pentagram, Jesse Ragan, Dan Rhatigan, Edel Rodriguez, Sagmeister & Walsh, Paul Sahre, Shutterstock, Small Stuff, Sara Soskolne, Jessica Svendsen, Lauren Tamaki, The Arm Letterpress, Alexander Tochilovsky, Richard Turley, Diego Vainesman, Carol Wahler, Jing Wei, Lance Wyman

The booklet “Contemporary Typefaces” presents fourteen recently published high-quality typefaces: 

Brando (Mike Abbink / Bold Monday), Corporative (Daniel Hernández, Javier Quintana, César Araya, Luciano Vergara, Miguel Hernández / Latinotype), Decima Mono Pro (Ramiz Guseynov / TipografiaRamis), Druk Collection (Berton Hasebe / Commercial Type), Gandur (Daniel Sabino / Blackletra), Haptic Script (Henning Skibbe – Typefaces), Jabana (Nils Thomsen / Nils Types), Marco ( Toshi Omagari / Type Together), NarzissGrotesk (Hubert Jocham), Pepone (František Štorm / Storm Type), Signo (Rui Abreu / R-Typography), FS Silas (Béla Frank, Phil Garnham, Fernando Mello, Jason Smith / Fontsmith), Tilda (Jessica Hische / Fontbureau), Vito (Thomas Gabriel / Typejockeys)

2015 / Softcover / English
16 x 24 cm / 288 pp 
Publisher/Design by Slanted Publishers

Talk Magazine Issue 1 Add to Cart Information

$ 18.00

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Talk is a style-driven design magazine focused on emerging culture. Founded by Harry Gassel and Eric Hu.

Pages: 32
Size: 8.875 × 12 in
Stock: 80# Gloss
Printing: 4/4 color
Format: Self-covered folded & unbound in 4 mil poly sleeve

CLOTHING

Actual Source "Books" T-shirt Add to Cart Information

$ 25.00

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Black cotton jersey T-shirt , with screen-printed BOOKS on back.

Regular fit
Screen printed
100% cotton

Sizes: SM, MD, LG, XL, XXL

Actual Source Outline T-Shirt Add to Cart Information

$ 25.00

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White cotton jersey T-shirt , with screen-printed Actual Source Logo on front.

Regular fit
Screen printed
100% cotton

Sizes: SM, MD, LG, XL, XXL

Actual Source T-Shirt Add to Cart Information

$ 25.00

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Black cotton jersey T-shirt , with screen-printed Actual Source logo on left chest.

Regular fit
Screen printed
100% cotton

Sizes: SM, MD, LG, XL, XXL

Shoplifters 3 Shirt Add to Cart Information

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Black cotton jersey T-shirt , with screen-printed Shoplifters 3 ISBN on back.

Regular fit
Screen printed
100% cotton

Sizes: SM, MD, LG, XL, XXL

ACCESSORIES

Actual Source "Drape" Pin Add to Cart Information

$ 15.00

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Actual Source "Drape" logo pin.
1.25" x 1" soft enamel
1mm thickness

C.W. Moss "Butt Buddies" Pin Add to Cart Information

$ 15.00

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C.W. Moss "Butt buddies" illustration pin
1.25" x 1" soft enamel
1mm thickness

Butt Buddies are featured in Shoplifters 3

Infinite Scroll Tote Bag Add to Cart Information

$ 40.00

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Black Baggu Duck Bag with screen-printed Infinite Scroll

Designed by Number 04 for Internet Explorers
16 in. H x 10 in. W x 5.5 in. D.

Matte silver hardware.
Durable taped seams.
Round inner pocket.
100% 16 oz. recycled cotton canvas.
Typeface by Benjamin Critton

weareinternetexplorers.com

ISBN Tote Bag Add to Cart Information

$ 40.00

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Denim Blue Baggu Duck bag with screen-printed ISBN

16 in. H x 10 in. W x 5.5 in. D.
Matte silver hardware.
Durable taped seams.
Round inner pocket.
100% 16 oz. recycled cotton canvas.

Number 04 Office Tote Bag Add to Cart Information

$ 40.00

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Natural Baggu Duck bag with screen-printed Number 04

16 in. H x 10 in. W x 5.5 in. D.
Matte silver hardware.
Durable taped seams.
Round inner pocket.
100% 16 oz. recycled cotton canvas.

shoplifters Add to Cart Information

$ 20.00

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Black knit cap with embroidered Shoplifters 3 ISBN.

One size fits all.

Shoplifters Issue 3 Tote Bag Add to Cart Information

$ 50.00

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Black Baggu Canvas Shopper with screen-printed Shoplifters Issue 3 ISBN

15.5 in. H x 18 in. W x 5 in. D.
11 in. shoulder strap drop.
100% 16 oz. recycled cotton canvas
Machine washable

FONTS

Benjamin Critton Art Dept.: Linda Add to Cart Information

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Linda, Typeface, 2016.
By Benjamin Critton Art Dept.

Opentype (.OTF) format
Edition of 100

Jan Horčík: Oasis Add to Cart Information

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Oasis, Typeface, 2016.
By Jan Horčík

Opentype (.OTF) format
Edition of 100

FURNITURE

PRINTS

Allan Ludwig Add to Cart Information

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50cm X 70cm
1 color screenprint
Edition of 100
Signed by the artist

Available April 1

Girlbarf Add to Cart Information

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50cm X 70cm
1 color screenprint
Edition of 50
Signed by the artist

Available April 1

Humans Being Human Beings Add to Cart Information

$ 8.00

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One folded poster and two postcards in an archival plastic bag.

Designer: Zak Jensen
First edition of 1000
Each individually numbered with a sticker
Poster: 30 x 22.75in, offset printed on white 50lb newsprint
Postcards: 7.5 x 5.25in, digitally printed on white 120lb cover stock

Actual Source

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