Jolby and Friends &1: Everyday Shenanigans

Posted on August 3, 2009 Under Books

Josh Kenyon and Jolby. They continue their proud tradition of making our jaw drop this month with a new Zine and accompanying art exhibit entitled "&1: Everyday Shenanigans." You can tell by the title that -despite their serious talent- this…

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PSFK Snapshot Giveaway

Posted on July 20, 2009 Under Books

We're giving away 5 hardback PSFK Snapshot Brooklyn books to a few very lucky readers. Want to enter? Lets do it Twitter Re-tweet contest style. Tweet the following and I'll pick 5 winners Friday: RT Contest: I want to win…

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Zine of the Month Club

Posted on June 16, 2009 Under Books

The gift that keeps on giving is sadly underused. I'm not talking about a puppy. I'm referring to what might become a relic if people don't start having obsessions with receiving things in the snail mail again: Gift of the…

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reed pages: Contest! Win! Win!

Posted on June 2, 2009 Under Books

My pal Jeff Staple just announced the launch of reed pages, his magazine venture. I'm always impressed with him and his ability to spread his mission and ideas across all mediums from consulting to apparel, digital, and now back to…

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Obama Time Capsule Customizable Book

Posted on May 22, 2009 Under Books

Yesterday, Rick Smolan released the top secret project he's been working on with HP: THE OBAMA TIME CAPSULE, a customizable book. Using the HP print-on-demand technology we last showed you with MagCloud, people can weave their own names, photos and…

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Total Sao Paulo: The Book

Posted on April 29, 2009 Under Books

Ladies and gentleman: Our very own Sao Paulo correspondent Phuong-Cac is a now a published author. Hooray! Total Sao Paulo: A Guide To The Unexpected is out today! The book is all about, you guessed it, Sao Paulo"“ features maps,…

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Visionaire Magazine Holiday Pop-up

Posted on April 2, 2009 Under Books

Visionaire rarely, if ever, fits into the traditional magazine category. For starters it's only published three times a year and each issue is more of a curated art project around a certain theme. For their holiday issue (we aren't sure…

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Che: A Graphic Biography

Posted on March 23, 2009 Under Books

While Steven Soderbergh's film Che has gotten mixed reviews on the festival circuit, there's one piece of media, Che: A Graphic Biography, that provides an indisputably great snapshot of the Argentinian Marxist revolutionary's life and death. Created by longtime cartoonist…

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Titi Freak x “Freak”

Posted on March 19, 2009 Under Books

Sao Paulo street artist extraordinaire Titi Freak tells stories with his work, but now they'll actually be in print. His first book, released in sponsorship by Nike Sportswear, is the 200-page Freak. It traces the Japanese-Brazilian's art trajectory from his…

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Growing Up Hip Hop

Posted on February 23, 2009 Under Books

Kahlil Almustafa is from Queens, a place he describes as being located between New York City and Nowhere. "[It's] now overpopulated with Crown Fried Chickens, Popeye's Chickens, Chester's Chickens and take-out Chinese food stores that sell chicken wings and French…

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