Gloom is Jacob Haupt‘s homage to growing up, struggling with adulthood and the myths we’ve been told about it, trying to balance the demands masculinity with the deep fragility inherent to us, while remaining jovial and positive and jokey throughout. It’s simultaneously hilarious and little bit heartbreaking, and I love it.
Highway Kind collects images from Justine Kurland’s 2007 -2014 travels around the United States in a customized Astro Van, first with with her young son, Casper, then alone. Interspersed throughout are 8 very short stories by Lynn Tillman, character sketches, mostly, that add a bit flavor. The photographs were culled from a couple of bodies of […]
Robert Frank’s The Americans is one of those seminal photobooks that really needs no introduction, so please enjoy this unboxing…
I became aware of Spring Tide: Van Zoetendaal & The Collection thanks to a rather glowing, if unrated, review by Jörg Colberg. If not for him and his reviews, my wallet would be somewhat heavier, and bookshelves substantially lighter. Colberg has much more to say, and says it much better, than I do, so I won’t […]
‘Kodachrome,’ the new quarterly magazine from Eastman Kodak, arrived today. It’s an interesting thing. Devoted to “Art * Film * Analog Culture” it’s full of interviews, articles, a photoset, and a bit of advertising for Eastman Kodak products. It’s an interesting thing. Have a look:
Isabel Curdes‘ Dreamwalking – the Forest is the finest, most precious zine I’ve seen. In fact, it’s really probably a travesty to call this thing a zine: completely handmade, stab-bound, and printed on fine Kozo paper, it oozes quality and attention to detail, and is a far cry from xeroxes at Kinkos.
Jon Wilkening’s excellent Street Pinhole 365 just keeps rolling along. Images 151-200 arrived just last week, and I jumped into it as quick as I could…