We had the pleasure of publishing parts of Matthew Thurber’s INFOMANIACS as a web comic last year, and today we are very excited to see the full story in a hardcover book. A graphic novel featuring double agents, a guy who has never seen the internet, talking animals, and reality rehabilitation camps, INFOMANIACS is an odd detective story about digital culture gone crazy.
Featuring unique books by Christian Patterson, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Raymond Meeks and Wolfgang Tillmans.
We mentioned this fantastic new book featuring 200 works in color by Eddie Martinez in our gift guide, but as a nudge, it is 50% off at PictureBox (code: sale). So yeah, that’s a great deal on a great book with text by Glenn O’Brien and Ross Simonini.
An enjoyable, 240-page hardcover book chronicling each confession delivered to Father G. as part his 2012 performance project at the Chelsea Hotel. Featuring a fold-out print/dust jacket by Richard Prince and one specialty prayer card, Penance is a great way to not feel guilty about your guilt.
For our new series, “The Novel Idea,” we are asking artists to re-create the covers of their favorite books. Last time, Brian Scott Campbell selected A Figure In Hiding, and this time Hassan Rahim selected Konx om Pax: Essays in Light byAleister Crowley. “I chose this book because upon researching Aleister Crowley novels, I was immediately drawn to the bold typographic cover,” Hassan explains. “I later discovered that the insane font treatment was actually designed by Crowley himself after smoking hashish, despite looking like a professional typographer’s hand. I think that small detail attracted me more to his work altogether.”
Three previously unpublished stories by J.D. Salinger have appeared on the internet.
A zine by Richard Prince that was included as a supplement to issue #23 of The Journal in 2008
No Man’s Land, a book by Mishka Henner, features Google Street View images of known prostitute hangouts in Southern Europe (which are mostly rural backroads). There are two volumes so far, available here and here.
Two reasons to celebrate tonight at 41 Montrose (at Lorimer) Brooklyn, NY.
Published by PictureBox, Wes Lang focuses on a decade’s worth of the artist’s work on paper. Featuring texts by James Frey and Arty Nelson, the book is a must have for fans old and new.
The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey by Colin Spoelman and David Haskell.