Printed Web 4: Public, Private, Secret appeared alongside the Charlotte Cotton/ICP exhibition of the same name, as well as Mossless 4: Public, Private, Portrait. I wasn’t at all aware of the Printed Web project, which sounds quite interesting and I would’ve spent more time with it, but the website is an absolute pain to navigate (likely […]
they call me piggy i eat brown sugar and whipped cream nothing fills my emptiness father says why buy a cow if you can get the milk for free?
they take our land they take our money we pay them taxes they let our garbage rot they hammer your head they wrap you in the flag they dance, and shout messiah messiah messiah
“MOSSLESS is run by Romke Hoogwaerts and Grace Leigh out of their apartment in Brooklyn, New York. Their publications focus on photographers who are actively contributing to online culture.” I follow their tumblr and it alerted me to their Kickstarter for Issue 4. I picked up Issue 3 The United States (2003-2013) and Issue 4 Public/Private/Portrait for a relative song, […]
Back in early June, The Online Photographer, in conjunction with the Nelson Atkins Museum, ran another book sale. If you recall, a couple of months ago, I picked up a bit omnibus history-of-photography style book from a similar sale, so when this one went down, I jumped on it… Forewarned is forearmed, the video is […]
These three, cute little books came from a Kickstarter the folks at Hoxton ran a couple of months ago. The goal of the project is to support the hundreds of projects by great photographers that don’t make it into book form because the subject is not considered serious enough, or the photographer doesn’t have the funds, […]