Just Listen: Sax, Sydney

He was playing Christmas tunes but don’t let that fool you. The T-shirt is the key. Test him and you will taste “Back in Black” I’m sure of it. Hat pulled low, over the eyes, like Stevie Ray but perhaps … Read More

Print: Zoe Sadokierski

Zoë Sadokierski is a designer, illustrator and writer. She has designed more than 250 books for a range of Australian publishers and been awarded six times at the annual Australian Book Design Awards for her work. Zoë lectures in the … Read More

Print: Chloe Ferres 3×300

You won’t find a more creative Blurb user than Chloe Ferres. I met Chloe in Sydney a little less than two years ago. I was in my second, three-hour presentation of the day when suddenly this young woman two rows … Read More

Print: Andrew Kaufman’s Boxed Edition

Miami based Andrew Kaufman, also featured on the Shifter Believe and Shifter Found is also doing some cool things with his publications. What you are looking at is what he calls his “Boxed Edition.” So far there are four books … Read More

Believe: Stuart Isett

Stuart and I have a crossover of sorts when it comes to this little story. Who believed in you? Who believed in me? Aiming in the academic direction he changed course and landed in photography. His push came from a … Read More

Print: Manifesto Magazine (Sold Out)

My first magazine. Small run, limited, edited and designed by your host. This publication taught me a lot about what was possible. You have to have the work, but once you make the images the power and control of publishing … Read More

Print: On Approach x5 Release (Sold Out)

“On Approach” is my most successful book to date. Not that I spend ANY time promoting my books, but stay with me. This artifact is a rerelease of the book, five years after it was first produced. What you are … Read More

Print: On Approach x5 Release Prints (Not for Sale)

My first ink on paper experiments. All based on my “On Approach” book. Can you say “compulsion?” Like Ray Finkle in Ace Ventura Pet Detective, I just can’t seem to let these images go. India ink on Paper 8×16 spreads

Print: The Unknown Soldier (Not for Sale)

This was my very first piece of promise. I have very little recollection of making this, other than I remember starting out wanting to sketch a bicycle. Somehow I got this and realized something important had just happened. I haven’t … Read More

Print: Australia 72 (Not for Sale)

My first trip to Australia did something to my head. I found a love of spray paint and the openness and color of Western Australia. Combine this with the fact I own a half-frame camera and what you end up … Read More

Print: The CMYK Book (Not for Sale)

This book was suggested by Garry Trinh in Sydney after seeing “The RGB Book.” “You gotta do it Dan,” he said using his Garry powers of mind control. It worked. Done. Designed, purchased, glued and shelved for future pondering thought. … Read More

Print: The RGB Book (Not for Sale)

Book is based on a conversation I had with a photographer who was obsessed with color management, so much so he had entirely lost track of the idea of making an interesting book. Color isn’t difficult and it shouldn’t consume … Read More

Print: The Puzzle Book (Not for Sale)

Book was designed as “anti” precious book. Started out as a reportage book but was then painted, cut and sealed and forms a puzzle. Kids love it. “That is the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen.” Thank you. I appreciate that. … Read More

Print: The Postcard Book (Not for Sale)

Book derived from overheard conversation between two young girls at a Japanese stationary shop. Everyone loves postcards, and yet we found a way to go so lazy we can’t even be bothered to send them any longer. Email is so … Read More

Print: Saturation (Not for Sale)

Book derived from my feeling that social media success can spell doom for an image simply by saturating said image. Even things that go viral are forgotten within days in some cases. Book has a clear film 7×7 attached to … Read More

Print: What Michael Thinks (Not for Sale)

What would happen if one photographer surprised another by creating and design HALF of photography book? And then that same photographer surprised the other by dropping the book into his hands with only a “Your turn,” to get things going. … Read More

Print: My Brain on the Internet (Not for Sale)

The Internet has ruined my ability to think clearly and efficiently. I am so distracted by the nonsense we have crafted for ourselves with the onslaught of meaningless insanity called “News.” The homepage of CNN rivals anything the amusement parks … Read More

Found: Andrew Kaufman finds Panama

Andrew Kaufman is a Miami based fine-art photographer who also works in the editorial and advertising fields. Kaufman has undertaken assignments and projects in Latin America, Asia, Europe and all across the United States. His current project is based entirely … Read More