Carl Pope letterpress prints<
Each print is 27 x 16 inches and was completed in 2008.
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Two for $900
Three for $1200
"Add 2 Cups of Warhol and a Stick of Nauman and Serve!"
"Look in the Mirror There's No One to Blame... Cry Bitter Tears U got No Game"
"Another Gripping Saga of the Difficult and Moody Artist (yawn)"
Manga Mammoth by Francesc Ruiz
Available for 15 euros at www.saveaspublications.net/
This publication is a travel journey written as a graphic novel. In this comic book, the author sets out to investigate the complex links between the city of Tokyo and the consumption and production of gay comic books.
Without reaching any conclusion, we discover the questions he finds on his quest. Experiences which are told in first person, in a hyperrealistic way, and which are able to take the reader to the physical and conceptual spaces described on it.
An Atlas of Radical Cartography
Available for $35 at www.journalofaestheticsandprotest.org/press.htm
An Atlas of Radical Cartography
pairs artists, architects, designers, and collectives
with writers to explore the map’s role as political agent. These (10) ten mapping projects and critical
essays take on social and political issues from globalization to garbage.
An Atlas of Radical Cartography is a collection of 10 maps and 10 essays about social issues from globalization to garbage; surveillance to extraordinary rendition; statelessness to visibility; deportation to migration. Artists, architects, designers, geographers, and collectives are paired with writers to explore the map’s role as political agent. Edited by Lize Mogel & Alexis Bhagat.
Maps: An Architektur; the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP); Ashley Hunt; Institute for Applied Autonomy with Site-R; Pedro Lasch; Lize Mogel; Trevor Paglen & John Emerson; Brooke Singer; Jane Tsong; Unnayan.
Essays: Kolya Abramsky; Maribel Casas-Cortes & Sebastian Cobarrubias; Alejandro De Acosta; Avery F. Gordon; Institute for Applied Autonomy; Sarah Lewison; Jenny Price, Jane Tsong, DJ Waldie, Ellen Sollod, Paul S. Kibel; Heather Rogers; Jai Sen; Visible Collective & Trevor Paglen
A boxed set with a book of 10 essays and a folio of 10 maps.
a relational style guide for the next decade by Marc Herbst
Available for $15 at www.journalofaestheticsandprotest.org/press.htm
With global warming and a new round of intense economic turmoil, its clear that there are changes on the way. Radical and progressive culture has the opportunity to create a context for the new social patterns that will emerge in this mix.
Fashion 2012, a relational style guide for the next decade begins to define the emotional needs and social possiblity that opens up in this gap in order to suggest areas of mundane though meaningful artistic production.
This comic book outlines the coming years of fashion, including re-interpretations of the notion of success and the rebranding of collective action. Fashion and style are idealizations and formalizations of particular social interactions.
32 page comic book, 4x5 inches
Nicolas Lampert, Josh MacPhee, and Colin Matthes
Cut and Paint Stencil Template Zine #2
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Cut and Paint stencil template zine #2 is now available! The overwhelming demand for Cut and Paint #1 has encouraged us to more than double the print run. This time around we traded in the headaches of attempting to scam double-sided 11x17 photocopies for the impeccable offset printing provided by Eberhardt Press - an anarchist printer in Portland, Oregon.
As always, Cut and Paint has a plethora of copy-right free stencil template designs that we envision as a toolkit for your creative application. To help you out in the process, the issue includes a how-to-guide on how to enlarge the stencil templates, cut them out and put them up in the streets with tips on how to do this safely.
Expanding on the scope of the first issue, this edition has a number of writings including an essay by Emily Abendroth on a stencil project in Oakland and a short how-to-guide on moss stencils, plus information by bor*d on micro-stencils! Cut and Paint # 2 also features a number of photo spreads about stencil activity and Nicolas Lampert's book review of Schlabone Berlin.
50 page zine
8.5" x 7"
1000 copies printed
Modern Module by Dylan Beck
Available for $19.99 at www.dylanjbeck.com/ModerModuleStore.html
Modern Modules are a product of negative space. The space within polystyrene packaging is intended to protect electronics, house wares, and so on. The Modern Module is the product of this protective space. Useful in most any application, the Modern Module’s formal design is determined by functional design.
This revolutionary product replaces the current petroleum dependent manufactured products by pioneering the development and distribution of an innovative terra-based ceramic eco-friendly alternative for the next generation.
The Raw State Modern Module is ideal for the environmentally conscious consumer. The fabrication process has been streamlined in order to diminish the environmental impact of each stage of production. Even the color palette is designed to be earth friendly and inoffensive.
Philagrafika 2010 Guidebook
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The guidebook and map are designed to work in tandem to provide visitors with an overview of the entire event with information on all three of the festival's components: The Graphic Unconscious, Out of Print and Independent Projects. It provides visitors with information on artists, venues and the principal ideas behind the festival.
Robert Dawson, Custom Ceramic Tiles
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Robert Dawson makes custom-made ceramic art on wall tiles for interior and exterior locations. Address enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ice Box at Crane Arts, 1400 N. American St. Philadelphia, 19146. Design Inquiries