Nice weather and a great book brought a good crowd onto the Bowery this past Friday night. Christos Katsiaouni was there to capture the scene.
The Gift of Doubt by Malcolm Gladwell
Albert O. Hirschman and the power of failure.
Nieves is one of our favorite independent publishers, and we couldn’t wait to get our hands on their Zine Box. The box features all 18 zines that Nieves published in 2012, by artists Andy Rementer, Chris Hopkins, Emi Ueoka, Olaf Breuning, Stefan Marx, Massimiliano Bomba, Jen Uman, Michael Swaney, Hayan Kam Nakache, Josse Bailly, Peter Sutherland, Shoboshobo, Sabina Baumann, Jessica Williams, Rob Lowe, Allison Schulnik, Emmanuelle Pidoux, Rob Churm, Misha Hollenbach and Jocko Weyland.
A look through Bäst’s 2005 book with a forward by Banksy.
Bäst currently has a show on view at Eric Firestone gallery in East Hampton.
A look through issue 19 of the THING Quarterly. The Travel Wallet designed by Matt Singer is worth the price alone.
The truth about female desire: It’s base, animalistic and ravenous by Tracy Clark-Flory
photo by Todd Hido
While it has has already been funded, you might as well still kick some money to this book chronicling the early days of the Pixies. And hey, you get your name in the back pages. So there’s that, too.
A look through the zine published on the occasion of the D.F.DOUBLE UNIVERSE Show at Family Bookstore’s Back Room Gallery. Still some copies available here
“This release is a collectors item for book lovers, graffiti haters and opinionated people”
A recent book by Edwin PHADE Sacasa and Alan KET focusing on the custom gear made by The Mighty Shirt Kings at their spot in Jamaica Coliseum, and their loyal customers—a who’s who of eighties hip-hop stars.
“In December 1930, just before Christmas, the Gibbsville, Pennsylvania, social circuit is electrified with parties and dances. At the center of the social elite stand Julian and Caroline English. But in one rash moment born inside a highball glass, Julian breaks with polite society and begins a rapid descent toward self-destruction.”