Print: Magic City Two

There is life before meeting Chloe Ferres and a different life after. A box of ingredients goes into the mail, travels across the seas to sunburned Australia, and what comes back is always a visual wonderland. “Magic City Two” is … Read More

Read: Amexica by Ed Vulliamy

I remember my first trip to the border. Had to be around 1984. Nuevo Laredo with my brother. We pointed my old Landcruiser south and drove until the signs forced us to stop. “Little kids are going to try to … Read More

Read: The Last Unicorn, William deBuys

So, here’s the thing. I’m not qualified to review fiction or nonfiction literature of any genre. Photography books are one thing. I can sling critique when it comes to images, but when it comes to the word I am so … Read More

PRINT: Magic City, Edition One

I’m a huge fan of collaboration. A few months ago I was passing through Florida and decided to stay for a few days. Andrew Kaufman and I decided to take two days and attack Miami. Kaufman lives there, has for … Read More

PRINT: Andrew Kaufman, My Ceylon

What you have here is a book based on a journal. First you need to travel to the location you so desire. Then you make your work. Then you make your journal. Then you design your journal book in the … 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

Print: Maggie Steber’s Rite of Passage

This is one of those incredible books that stayed with me LONG after I’d finished viewing. I was recently in Miami and was able to meet up with long-time idol and uber-human Maggie Steber. I didn’t even know she made … Read More

PRINT: Black Mesa, Blurb 8×10 TRADE

A few short months ago Blurb released a new addition to the “Trade” book lineup…8×10. Like I do with all things NEW I made a test book, or test magazine in this case. The 8×10 lives in a crossover position … Read More

PRINT: Andrew Kaufman’s Miami Journal

Nobody is going to assign or ask you to do a book like this. Everything about a book like this goes against what the modern industry is telling you to do. Shooting film, making prints, making a single book from … Read More

PRINT: Bob Aufuldish, Vacuforms

Bob Aufuldish founded Aufuldish & Warinner with Kathy Warinner in 1990 and has taught at the college since 1991. With A&W, Bob has designed diverse projects for clients such as Adobe Systems, Advent Software, American Institute of Architects, Center for … 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

Dispatches: Jaki Arthur

“I’m not really sure what a book publicist does,” I said. And this is how our conversation began. I met Jaki the night before, and because Australians are so nice, she didn’t baulk when I asked “Can I come over … 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: 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: 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