edvarie: We would like to graciously THANK Simon Redekop for making this video, documenting CREEPS, The Human Binding Machine performance at the New York Art Book Fair 2012. Enjoy the making and the machines behind Self-Publishing! Creeps is an annual publication featuring diverse facets of visual art, writing, and interactive fold-outs from a large and unique collective of artists unified...
Reproduction, Amanda Marsalis A book by american photographer Amanda Marsalis. “I shot these photos with the end of my polaroid stock. So there is even something more fragile in them since even now I could not take these photos again. It is gone. The time came and went. […] 102 pages, 24 × 32 cm, First edition of 100, 2012 Blue and Red Risographic print INQUIRE Vodun, Claire...
Still Life, Nickolaus Typaldos
Still Life is a self published title from artist Nickolaus Typaldos. It is an examination and an extension of a body of work that locates traditional still life symbolism in commercial photography from magazine ads. The original pieces from which the imagery is derived are cut, masked, and trimmed out with a few delicate strokes from a spray paint can. These images are reproduced in the book...
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edvarie: From Wednesday November 14 - Sunday January 20, 2013 an assortment of the following publications will be presented at the New Museum on a rotating cycle. Look for notes and updates along the way… Thank you in advance to all of the publishers for their dedication to the independent art… read more HERE
10 - Euro Outfits, Hans Eijkelboom, $23, order here Amesterdam by Numbers, Hans Eijkelboom, $32, order here New York by Numbers, Hans Eijkelboom, $32, order here Portraits & Cameras, Hans Eijkelboom, $32, order here
Fourteen-Nineteen is a collaborative project co-founded by Alex F. Webb & Lewis Chaplin. Through their online gallery, shop, publications and exhibitions they attempt to provide a sincere, engaging platform for interacting with the next generation of torchbearers for contemporary photography. Sourcebook, Lewis Chaplin, $26, order here Card Stand, Lewis Chaplin, $4, order here 1:11,...
“my home is where you are” (a minha casa é onde estás) reflects about intimacy. It is a broad portrait with a domestic atmosphere about Filipe Casaca’s wife, and their private life in a place shared between the two of them. My Home Is Where You Are, Filipe Casaca, $42, order here
Elk Zine is a zine that’s 15 issues deep. But it’s also a multi-headed creative movement that also includes art exhibits, books, and films. Elk No. 23, $6.00, selected back issues also available, order here
Edition Taube believes in the future and demands and publishes new positions on paper. Edition Taube is a publishing house for contemporary fine arts and texts. They publish books and zines in small print runs. Less Than One Minute Ago…, Jonas Beuchert, $36, order here
Teenage Teeth, Ben Pier
“A catalogue of almost a decade of documenting American youth, (and some pretty youthful geriatric characters) the series harnesses the cinematic immediacy of blue-collar America. Featuring snapshot after snapshot of events and experiences that we understand purely from the standpoint of a movie-goer (any US nationals reading this, we envy your cinematic youth), from high-school lunch...
Gottlund Verlag is an independent publishing house located just outside of Kutztown, Pennsylvania, that produces artist books and limited edition multiples. Founded by Nicholas Gottlund in late 2007 as a small studio dedicated to books and count printed matter, Gottlund Verlag maintains a program of publishing books collaboratively with artists, and will soon open a second studio in Los Angeles. ...
Editions FP & CF
Editions Frédéric Pierre & Camille Françoise is an associative and independent publishing house based in Paris, France. They publish the participative fanzine “Tell mum everything is ok” and some zines and art books. Tell mum everything is ok #5, $25, order here
Dena Yago ESPIRIT, $15, order here
“Decathlon Books,” was published by Duncan Hamilton and Peter Sutherland. Lovers of printed matter, the two hatched the plan at the Chinatown Soccer Club and began curating and publishing work from artists that, according to Peter and Duncan, “they find interesting and you should too.” The Alaskan, Misaki Kawai, $12, order here Fools On Hills, Till Gerhard, $12, order...
David Kennedy Cutler
David Kennedy Cutler is a Brooklyn based artist. Here is a funny conversation between him and Ruby Sky Stiler. Against Geology, $30, order here
Correspondencia is a bi-annual literary and arts magazine published in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The concept is the double meaning of the word “correspondence”: 1. Communication by exchanging letters, with someone. A printed message. 2. To have a close similarity, or empathy with someone. Visual dossiers: Takashi Homma & Henry Roy. Visual fragments: Henrik Grönvold, Susanna...
Chris Nosenzo is a New York artist. Diane / Jinxed, $10, order here Tubbs, $7, order here
Cheap Art America
Cheap Art America is an art and publishing collaboration between MacGregor Harp and Victor Hu. Leave Town, $9, order here MS Sans, $5, order here Sculptural Artifacts, $5 / $10, order here You Can Hit, $4, order here
Capricious Magazine is a biannual publication dedicated to showcasing emerging fine art photography. As a leading fine art photography journal, Capricious Magazine occupies a rare and whimsical space between commercial and fashion photography; it operates as a tool for discovering new talent and as an artists oasis. Featuring Alice O’Malley, Dread Scott, Michelle Dizon, Alessandro Gagliardo,...
Bodega is an artist-run exhibition and performance space located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, committed to presenting new art and serving as a platform for cultural exchange. Casual Living, Donna Chung & Tina Lokiec, $10, order here Lifestream, Joel Evey & Rasmus Svensson, $10, order here The Island Beautiful, Alex DaCorte, $10, order here There Aren’t Anymore Poets Stupid...
Böhm Kobayashi is a publishing project by Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber based in Düsseldorf, Germany. Anyone’s Discomfort Is Discomfort For Me, Katja Stuke & Yoshinori Henguchi, $26, order here Böhm #39, Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber, $12, order here Böhm #40, Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber, $12, order here Character Thieves, Oliver Sieber, $50, order here Eleven To...
Since 2004, Bidoun has filled a gaping hole in the arts and culture coverage of the Middle East, pioneering a distinctive voice that is intelligent, critical, and original. Bidoun’s activities fall in three primary areas : publishing, educational, and curatorial. Bidoun Projects is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Issue 26, Soft Power; $14.95, selected back issues also...
Ben Critton is a graphic designer, typographer, art director, teacher, publisher, writer, editor, curator, et al. Evil People in Modernist Homes in Popular Films, $10, order here
Bad Day is a biannual cross-cultural interview magazine founded in Toronto. Issue 13, $12, currently sold out
Amanda Marsalis is an LA based photographer. Lost At Sea, $25, order here Spring 2011, $15, order here
Album# is a zine made by E. Mugaas and E. Storsveen in Oslo Norway. The zine is entirely made up of found images with scissors, tape, xerox and staples as the only technical assistance. Every issue is printed in a limited edition of 200. Album#1, Gender, $10, order here Album#2, Still Life, $10, order here Album#3, The Lonely Man, $10, order here Album#4, Representations of...
Afterzine is an arts and culture journal edited by Hamish Robertson featuring invited contributors interpreting a central theme. It is published by Brown Griffin in New York City. Issue 1, Negative Space, $10, order here Issue 2, Coincidence / Los Angeles, $10, order here
4478ZINE publishes, promotes and sells all printed matter by Dutch artist Erik van der Weijde. Read his publishing manifesto here. Bonsai, Erik van der Weijde, $28, order here Foto.zine nr. 3, Erik Van der Weijde, $28, order here Foto.zine nr. 4, Erik van der Weijde, $42, order here