Title of publication: De: Stockholm
Name of artist: Brendan Austin, Thobias Fäldt, Marcus Harrling, Linda Hofvander, Inka and Niclas, Klara Källström, Björn Larsson, Hanna Ljungh, Märta Thisner, Lars Tunbjörk & Erik Undehn
Additional contributor/s: Christopher West (Typedesign)
Design: Rollergirl.ch – Harry Bloch & Jacques Borel
Editor: Self edited
Series name: De:
Press: Rollergirl.ch, Self published
Publication date: 22.05.014
Place of publication: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Edition size: 500
Size: 21 × 29,7 cm
Number of pages: 48
Type of printing: offset, 3 spot colors, Red, Green & Blue
Type of paper: Maxigloss 170g/m2
Name of printer: Raddraaier b.v., Amsterdam
Number of pictures: 94
Description of book: De: Stockholm is a book showing a collection of images made by eleven Stockholm-based photographers.
Instead of using the regular print colors (cyan/magenta/yellow/black), the book is printed using only screen colors (red, green, blue).
The best thing about self-publishing: Experimental freedom.
Title of publication: How Buildings Kill
Name of artist: Artwork by Gareth Proskourine-Barnett
Additional contributor/s: Texts from – The Marquis De Sade, Owen Hatherley, Ian Nairn, Ken Hollings, David Dawkins, Jacqueline De Jong. Additional photo series of gravestones by Jacqueline De Jong
Design: David Wrenne
Editor: Gareth Proskourine-Barnett
Series name: n/a
Press: Tombstone Press
Publication date: May 2013
Place of publication: London, UK
Edition size: 200
Format: Softcover spiral bound
Number of pages: 110
Type of printing: Risograph
Type of paper: Variety of 120g papers
Name of printer: Gareth Proskourine-Barnett
Number of pictures: 123
Description of book: How Buildings Kill is a visceral and illustrative examination of urban living and architecture through a physical interaction with print. The physicality of space, the fabric of our constructed environments, the nostalgia of utopia, the rapid gentrification of cities, urban brutality and the Situationist Internationals are all explored in the first book from publishers Tombstone Press.
The best thing about self-publishing: …is the opportunity to open up a dialogue with the world we live in – the page is a free and democratic space with endless possibilities.