Yoga: Handstand to Up Dog

The one and only Jamie Hamilton performing a handstand to up dog on my patio. Yes, this really happened. Jamie is not only a wonderful artist, but is also a tightrope walker. Don’t believe me, here’s proof. He’s a strong … Read More

Print: The Book about the Art Book

Okay, try to follow along. A few months ago I wrote about an edition-of-one art book I’d been sending around to a variety of artists. The idea is the book arrives, you work on it, instructed that nothing is sacred, … Read More

Print: 30FPS with Jeff Frost

If you don’t know Jeff Frost by now I’m not sure there is any hope for you. I post about him more than I post about myself, and I’m a savagely good looking, wildly important individual who lives as a … Read More

Dispatches: Myles Haselhorst

The past few years have seen an incredible rise in the range and relevance of the photography book. Thankfully. And when I say “book,” I don’t mean JUST the expected, beloved, hardcover behemoths we have come to know and love … Read More

Print: Art Book Collaboration

Okay, this is one of the coolest things I’ve ever done. Edition of one, one-of-a-kind art book. One person works on it, then the next, then the next, etc. It travels the world. Artist, painter, photographer, author, illustrator, etc. “I … Read More

Read: Yo, Let’s Make a Book of This

Thanks to Mick for sending this to me. I met Yolanda a few years ago and was able to sit down and do an interview with her which you can see here. The film below is fantastic. Sad that she … Read More

Dispatches: Phillip Vigil

As far as I know artist Phillip Vigil has never done a Blurb book, but he’s still here on Dispatches. I’m hoping to trick him into doing a book together, and once you see his work you will understand why. … Read More

Print: “Apparatus” by Lawrence Fodor

Larry Fodor is one of those guys that drives me crazy, in a good way. I’ve interviewed and featured Larry on the site before, and I’m sure I will again. He’s an artist and bookmaker and is incredibly inspiring. I’ve … Read More

Dispatches: Edouard Duval-Carrie´

I surrendered before it even began. “I can’t speak to you about art,” I said to Edouard Duval-Carrie´as he stood in the doorway of his studio in Miami’s Little Haiti district. Kaufman and I had ambushed Edouard the day before, … Read More

PRINT: Unbinding the Book

A few months back we were able to partner with Jotta, a London-based creative studio, to create and deliver an exhibition titled “Unbinding the Book.” The goal was to redefine the experience of a book, and to redesign the idea … Read More

The Leica File: Seventeen

I met Phillip Vigil a few years ago during an art opening in Santa Fe. He is a self-taught, fourth-generation artist residing in New Mexico. He always had a love of art since he realized at a young age that … Read More

Dispatches: Jess Scully

Jess Scully is a handful. “She has an open invitation to any art event in the entire city,” someone replied after I asked about Jess. Attending an opening at the Art Gallery NSW it was apparent how many people she … Read More

Dispatches: Remo Giuffre´

Remo Giuffre´is a unique individual. The assignment began like this. “I can’t go to Australia so you are going.” “Okay.” “What’s the mission?” “Remo.” This innocent conversation turned into a remarkable experience, one that led me to the far reaches … Read More

Dispatches: Claire Rosen

Claire Rosen is an award winning artist who uses universal themes of dreams, fairy tales and mythology to visually symbolize the many facets of the human condition.Earlier this year I traveled to the distance shores of New Jersey to witness … Read More

Dispatches: Michael Napper

Michael Napper is a San Jose based artist who writes, paints, photographs, makes books and fills in the gaps by creating and sending a wonderful variety of correspondence pieces. I’ve known Michael for almost twenty years, and I have to … Read More

Dispatches: James Cuddy and Roma Levin

James Cuddy and Roma Levin merge to form Six:Thirty, a London based digital creative practice founded in 2013. This was one of the first interviews I ever attempted, and it’s worth listening to for the garbage truck that showed up … Read More

Dispatches: Clay Lipsky

Clay Lipsky is a visual artist and Emmy Award winning graphic designer based in Los Angeles who also serves as Art Director of the photo blog Lenscratch. He has applied his unique visual style across a variety of mediums, from … Read More

Dispatches: Larry Fodor

Lawrence Fodor is a Santa Fe based contemporary art painter. Larry is also one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever been around. He is SO knowledgable, but he speaks to the uninitiated with a true sense of sharing and … Read More