31 December 2010
Number of pages: 32, black and white photographs on cream paper.
Size: 18 x 13 cm / 7.08" x 5.11"
Edition: 70 copies
Type of printing: digital, cover made of polaroid cardboard, laser perforated
8,50 € + shipping
"West is about the life on a street in a sink estate in Trier/Germany, where I lived for some years."
28 December 2010
Title: Tokyo Tokyo
Number of pages: 192
Size: 20cm x 30.5 cm / 7.9" x 12"
Edition: 1200 copies
Type of printing: offset
"Tokyo Tokyo consists of a series of diptychs in which the mythical ‘decisive moment’ of traditional documentary photography is lampooned. In their projects, WassinkLundgren playfully turns the unwritten rules of the photography upside down. But behind the joke is always a serious attempt to expand both the artistic as well as the social significance of their medium." - Frits Gierstberg (Dutch Photo Museum)
26 December 2010
Poster photograph by Andrew Sutherland, Designed/Edited by Jesse Hlebo
36 page photo publication/32 page collage zine/newsprint poster
Edition of 193
Risograph / Laserjet
"clouds of dust, tarps, intersections of technology and nature, sketchy dudes, 4x4 situations, blades, alien arrangements, hot springs, road dogs, summits, escape"
21 December 2010
From here into oblivion, Vol. 1
165 x 235 mm
handnumbered edition of 300
€8 + shipping
"In 'From here into oblivion', a title based on a quote by Oscar Wilde, the focus is on consciousness. These photographs speak of moments of enhanced reflective awareness on the one hand, and moments where self-consciousness seems completely absent on the other."
website - to order
Marco van Duyvendijk
Collection of 9 leporello’s and 8 postcards
12 by 16,5 cm (4,7 by 6,5 inch)
Edition size 700
Leporello’s and postcards offset full color, package silkscreen
15 euro (and shipping costs outside the Netherlands: 6 euro for Europe, 15 euro for rest of the world)
"Schetsboek is a playful collection of leporello’s and postcards with a total of 94 Instax mini photos taken in Romania, Nagorno-Karabakh, Thailand, China, South Korea and Japan."
Title: Buenos Aires
Artist: Yasuteru Kasano
16 Pages plus 1 small digital archival print/5"x8"
Edition size: 150
Type of printing: B&W
Price: 1,100JPY (including shipping cost)
"This is the record of the time that I traveled in Buenos Aires, 2010."
18 December 2010
Artist: Graeme Mitchell
56pg, 11.25x14" or 28x35.5cm
Edition of 1000
$8 shipped in US
"An expansive book taking from the photographer, Graeme Mitchell's portrait, landscape, and still life work, exploring connections between subjects and phenomenons."
17 December 2010
Title: Wild Open
Artist : Ali Moon
84 black printed pages, 150 x 200 mm. 6" x 8".
Price: 15 €, shipping excluded
"A travel in time, a melancholic journey, Ali Moon’s photographs of Mexico and Australia is the story of Man and his relationship with the landscape. The vast emptiness of desert and sky is reflected in her lens, enveloping the life forms she focuses on. The raw essence of the wild is impossible to escape."
Title: The things you put into your head are there forever
Artist: Amber Isabel
Additional contributors: Rebecca Rijsdijk, writings
Size: closed: 21 x 42 cm, open: 59,5 x 42 cm / closed: 8,27 x 16,53
inch, open: 23,42 x 16,53 inch
Edition size: 110
Type of printing: offset and digital
Price: €25,- / $ 33.10 (plus shipping)
"In this publication Amber Isabel depicts the resistance and gradual surrender to peer pressure. The struggle of the individual trying to preserve or find it's identity is shown in different stages. Elements of fashion form social costumes, uniforms meant to exclude true individualism."
website - to order
104 pages, 105x165 mm / 4,1x6,5 inch
edition 500 (English or Dutch)
Asper describes the beauty of the Belgian countryside, but the oppression of small town life is never far away. In the images, there is the delight I felt - for I had finally found the rural idyll that I was looking for. At the same time loneliness, longing and the silence of the people are always there, lurking beneath the surface.
14 December 2010
black and white
13 EUR (Shipping included)
"It is a life extra ordinary. Like any life Extra and Ordinary and like in any life, recurring images. Repetitions no less extraordinary. Jonas has captured his own life and some of those around him quickly, in step and motion. Technical brilliance is not the issue here, at least what there is of it is well hidden. No, there is a journey here, or maybe more of a trip."
11 December 2010
Deep Hole Ends
David Brandon Geeting + Alex Howard
24 Pages, 14cm x 20cm / 5.5"x8"
Edition of 100. Numbered.
colour digital [Cyclus Offset 110 / 250gsm]
"The book does not really have a 'theme' per se, but if there is any underlying thread it is the fact that all of these images were taken over the past spring/summer. Alex's were all taken in the UK and mine were all taken in the US at the same time. We have been pen pals for quite some time now and feel as though our photographic styles mesh well - we've wanted to do a collaboration for a few years!" - David Geeting.
09 December 2010
Artist: Birgit Krause
Additional contributors: Design by Stefan Kaetz
28 pages with obi, 147x209mm
Edition size: 60 copies, hand numbered
Type of printing: Inkjet
Price: 10 Euro
"Birgit Krause is a photographer from Berlin who spent her childhood in Hildesheim. In 'Recherche' she infuses her childhood memories into the present through her photos of various locations like England and Hawaii. Her images are reminiscent of the simple and basic outlook of a child. We are reminded of the fantasy and attention to detail that reach us during our early stage of life. 'Only who grows up and remains a child is a human being.' (Erich Kästner)"
Artist: Nathan Larimer
Additional Contributors: Foreword by Lee Burbage, Designed by Ethan Waterman, Printed by Oddi Printing in Iceland
72 pages, 8.5x11 inches, 21.59x27.94 centimeters
Edition size: 1000
Type of printing: Four Color Offset
"Imprint is a book of photographs by artist Nathan Larimer with a foreword by writer Lee Burbage. The 30 color photographs were made over a two-year period of travel across the U.S. especially in the southeast and southwest. They depict marks individuals have made on their environment for communicative and ritualistic purposes throughout time and across cultural boundaries."
08 December 2010
Nome de Vulcão
40 pp, 20,5 x 15,5cm
edition of 100
7€ flat rate / worldwide shipping included
"Nome de Vulcão (Name of Volcano), a zine produced in Punta Arenas, Chile, a remote city in the beautifully desolate patagonian region of South America, 1400Km from Antartica, where in a not very distant past political prisioners were sent to torture and indeginous comunities were slaughtered, and where the prevailing strong winds once sent explorers off course and now seem to constantly attempt to erase every memory like they erase all human traces from the sand."
06 December 2010
Title: Ten Days in July
Artist: Maxwell Anderson
Format: Book, saddle stitched
Pages: 34 and 1/2 pp, 21cm x 13.5cm
Edition: 100 numbered by hand
Printing: indigo offset
Price: £8 (plus shipping)
"Following on from the book See You Soon, Ten Days in July documents Jun's 10 day visit to London one year after she returned to Tokyo. Through photographs and personal emails, Ten Days In July briefly steps in to an endearing relationship which is forever disrupted by the turmoil of long distance."
website - to order
02 December 2010
Book, published by Café Royal Books
24 Pages, 20cm x 29cm / 8"x12"
Edition of 100. Numbered.
colour digital [Xerox Recycled white 110 / 250gsm]
"Morgenstern is a vibrant compilation of Alexander Binder’s latest color photographs. The images in the book serve as a modern interpretation of the medieval ‘Memento Mori’ philosophy [remember you must die]. Like the works of early Netherlandish painters they seem to be lively and playful at a first glance. But a second look reveals their dark and disturbing energy."
01 December 2010
Title: Motorcycle Grim Robes
Artist: Alexandre Lemire
Hand sewn Zine
16 pages, 4.5"x 6.5" (16.25cm x 11.25cm)
Edition of 40
In Montreal $4, Canada $5, USA $5.50, Int'l $6.
"Motorcycle Grim Robes collects a series of 35mm photographs of cloaked motorcycles. My desire to tear away the rain cover and ride free to an unknown destination is only outweighed by my fear of the image produced by this draping cloth, that of a fuel injected reaper."