Paul Smith by Rottingdean Bazaar

Posted by Fabio 20 May 2019

Rottingdean Bazaar meet multiple people called Paul and Paula Smith – including a boxing trainer, a textile artist and a taxi diver. This collaborative book features re-interpretations of the iconic Paul Smith stripe and interviews with other Paul Smiths of the world. read more

Matthew Finn’s new book School of Art at the ICA London

Posted by Fabio 16 May 2019

In 1997 “Cool Britannia” was at its height. Brit pop was flooding the airwaves, a new Labour government took power, and a sense of hope that had not been felt for a generation was palpable. Finn was 24, had recently graduated, and took a job at a School of Art in the outskirts of London. read more

Steffi Klenz – So To Speak

Posted by Fabio 12 December 2018

So To Speak tells the story of a separation through visual poetry and photographic imagery. The writing and photographs are the product of the period of one year of grief the artist experienced after the moment her long-term relationship ended and while still living in the same house as her former partner. read more

Same Paper

Posted by Fabio 11 December 2018

Same Paper is a Shanghai-based self-publishing studio, founded by photographer Xiaopeng Yuan and graphic designer Yijun Wang (Evan) in 2013. Since then, the studio has published 10 photo books with several photographers and organized events & exhibitions revolved on photography and self-publishing. read more

Strange Plants III

Posted by Fabio 12 July 2018

Strange Plants III is the third book in the award-winning series that celebrates plants in contemporary art. The 164-page book features the work of 50 artists (with Synchrodogs on the cover!) read more

Oliver Wainwright: Inside North Korea

Posted by Fabio 18 June 2018

Offering a rare glimpse inside the Hermit Kingdom, Guardian journalist and photographer Oliver Wainwright takes us on an architectural journey behind closed doors in the world’s most secretive country. read more

Qingyu Wu – Two Color Risograph Printed Book

Posted by Fabio 3 May 2018

Interested in the idea of data, space, and the repetition. Points, grids, lines, numbers, and symbols in an endless search for collecting pieces of information. The repetition and the graphic structure of the book are reminiscent of minimal and conceptual aesthetics. read more

Lisa H. Moura – When Marina Abramovic Dies

Posted by Fabio 22 December 2017

Marina Abramovic’s works rely mostly on a physical and performative experience so it was very important not to lose this aspect while designing the book. In the front cover, along with the title of the book, is the book’s introduction describing Marina’s death wishes. read more