lowercase reading room

November 23, 2009

New Arrivals Update

Filed under: Artist's Books — lowercasebooks @ 7:53 pm

A, is a small book with screen print cover and inside black and red screen print pages by T. Doran. There are three books by Doran in the reading room collection, all screen printed and all beautiful and mysterious.

One of two new books by UK artist, Stephen Fowler. Black and white portraits drawn in pen and ink. Inspirational work!

Canadian Artist Jonathan Wolferstan has sent us Map and Memory, nine short pieces about memory illustrated with details of maps from Canada, France and the U.S. Which came first? The map or the memory? For instance, the map that illustrates a memory of Bowen Island, BC is illustrated with a map from Ransgate UK. A lovely little book well worth looking for and sitting down with.

Node Pajomo is a “node in the network”, published in Bellingham, Washington that lists international mail art projects you can submit work to. Also lists mail art exchange projects, tape traders, artists stamp info, distros and zines looking for your submissions. An excellent pocket-size reference.

Three new visual poetry chapbooks by Reed Altemus’ press, Toner Works. These are beautiful publications! Be sure to look for them in the reading room the next time you’re visiting.

Alfonso de Anda has written and drawn this zine El gran ataque, a book of urban pirates with “no course and no mission”.

Thanks to everyone who has sent us their books and zines. These scans are just a quick survey of the wonderful things that arrive in our mail!

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