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FROM Narwhal Projects! TOSHIO SAEKI NEW Silkscreen Print! artist : Toshio Saeki Title：Ureshidaruma Original drawings produced ：1972 Studio：Private Press (Toronto,Canada) Printed： May, 2016, in Toronto,Canada Edition：100 (Japan ED#81-#100) Printing method : Silkscreen Print Size：h863xw558mm Produced by：NARWHAL (Toronto,Canada) Price: 20,000 yen
A rare collaboration between a cult Japanese artist, Toshio Saeki, and a hand-letterpress American craftsman, Jeff Mueller (DEXTERITY PRESS) ! New hand-letterpress prints of two 70′s masterpieces. Beautiful printing job with very unique and original ink application effect. artist : Toshio Saeki Title：UNTITLED Original drawings produced ：1971 Hand letterpress studio：DEXTERITY PRESS Hand letterpress craftsman：Jeff Mueller Printed： June, 2012, in Connecticut, USA Edition：20 (2nd ED) Signed Printing method : hand letterpress Size：h385xw547mm Frame : Not Attached Price: 15000 yen
About the product : To celebrate the release of the book, TOUCH AND GO: The Complete Hardcore Punk Zine ’79-’83, by Tesco Vee and Dave Stimson, Presspop announces the upcoming release of a limited edition replica box set of all 22 issues of the legendary indie and hardcore punk zine. Working with publisher Bazillion Points, we have meticulously duplicated the original printing, paper, and binding of the landmark fanzines, and packaged them together with the precursor “999 fanzine”, a book of historic Midwest punk flyers, and an exclusive “Process of Resurrection” CD compiled with the aid of author Tesco Vee and Touch and Go Records mainman Corey Rusk. The entire … Learn more
Tomoo Gokita Book of Drawings 777 777 pieces of drawings that were created in between 2006 to 2015 collected into one huge book over five centimeters thick: one drawing per page. Tomoo Gokita is one of the great artists to represent the contemporary art scene today with passionate fans from worldwide. Last year, he had a solo exhibit at established gallery, Mary Boone Gallery in USA, and also had a large scale exhibit at Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art in Japan. Works on canvas using gouache with effective use of gradation show Gokita at his best, but equally, his drawings depicting various images from pop culture, pro-wrestling, … Learn more
It all started when King Joe started to label the paper sleeve of his 7″ collection with titles of the records so that he can easily distinguish them in the dark while DJing. Gradually, the titles started to develop into colorful illustrations. And before he knew it, he had over 200 singles covered with his original drawings inspired from the music. We have selected 96 from the 200 and compiled them into a book. Drawn with Posca Markers, these intense, funny, erotic, spontaneous yet carefully composed illustrations are full of the strong primitive energy of King Joe. Witness his 96 drops of tears, sweat and saliva. . . his … Learn more
From 888 books Large-size manga picture art book! Cover folds out to become a poster! Strong minimum expression depicting life, powerful onomatopoeia boldly positioned, flow of time depicted minutely frame to frame…these are characteristics of Yuichi Yokoyama: “neo-mangaka”/artist that has a distinctive style of manga expression. This book collects his works created from 2014 to 2015. Works such as the renewal campaign and the window display of the Hermes shop within Shinjuku Isetan Department Store, and those inspired from masterpieces of contemporary art, and projection mapping, etc. which were exhibited in museums all over are collected into this book in dynamic size. This is the first time Yokoyama’s manga is … Learn more
From 888 books Yokoyama’s NEW MANGA as explained by the author himself: This work is a sequel gekiga to The Room of the World Map (published from East Press in Japan, and PictureBox in the United Sates), and a character with the same face appears in some parts of the story. The title Iceland does not refer to the country of the same name but to the high-latitude areas of the Far North. I am not sure whether the hazardous shark that appears in the beginning of the story really exists in a frozen sea. Also, the ecosystem depicted is rather unnatural for such areas because I doubt there are … Learn more