Editions Roundup: May Picks
A hand selected round-up of our latest coveted offerings.
A new chapbook from iconic NYC writer Natasha Stagg featuring her extended essay on the sweet-snarling Dreamlander and arch raconteur Cookie Mueller. Taking as its starting point Semiotext(e)’s new and expanded edition of Mueller’s Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black, this luminous piece of writing spirals outwards with rare grace.
Printed in an edition of 300 copies
Saddle Stitched with Stiff Card Wrappers
Foil Stamped Cover
Interior Printed on 80lb Mohawk Superfine
Published by Metrograph Editions, 2022
The stuff you see in movies is crazy!
Heavy stock matte print announcing a new Sam McKinniss collection, presented by Michael Ovitz, Los Angeles, 2021.
Edition of 75 prints
Designed by Sean Manchee, produced by Metrograph Editions
27″ x 41″
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Published in conjunction with the artist’s show held at the Michael Ovitz collection in Los Angeles, 2021. Impressively designed by the stalwart Sean Manchee with an eye towards artist books, gallery catalogues and un/reality. This deftly titled Costume Drama mixes full bleed imagery, down to the gutters in occasional spreads, with eye tweaking white space and minimized imagery on others. Expertly printed by Dusty Hollensteiner at Publicide.
Featuring 21 works of art, installation views, artist statement, and a conversation between Sam McKinniss and Michael Ovitz.
Condition notes: New
Paperback, 96 pages
6″ x 8.5″
Published by Almine Rech, 2021
Confounding blacklight poster from 1975, screenprinted by the Acme Premium Supply Company, and likely sold in your favorite head shop of the era. It’s easy to imagine sparking up, watching your buddy’s face melt into a Corleone-esque shape and endlessly muttering “Whozza U Godfada?” Delightful.
In excellent condition with only light creasing at the bottom, candy colors remain bright and ready to be tripped on.
23.75″ x 36″
Free domestic shipping
Original Italian locandina style poster for John Waters’s classic Odorama feature Polyester! As the poster says (in Italiano) the movie stinks! But this poster, this poster don’t stink.
13″ x 28″ and in primo condition, with the usual crease in the middle, as issued.
Spanish artist Francisco Fernández Zarza aka Jano perfectly captures Peter Falk and Gena Rowlands in his illustration for this original 1975 theatrical release poster from Spain for John Cassavetes’s A Woman Under the Influence.
Some small pinholes and creasing throughout, none of which take away from the elegance of the design and illustration.
27″ x 39″