Books

Part art journal, part music magazine, part old-school variety zine, Canvas & Cassette has a little something for everyone. Full-color art throughout, interviews with cover artist Ariana Sauder, the Fem Foundry arts collective, and musician Gabrielle Marlena. Plus: a spotlight on Montréal muralist Mono Sourcil, the anatomy of a music video, and much more.

28 pages, half-letter size, perfect-bound.

The Grand Terrace Photo League is the product of an eight-week photo ethnography project at the Grand Terrace apartment complex in Worthington, Minnesota. Made in collaboration with its residents, documentary storyteller Nik Nerburn (In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan) explores the lives and stories of apartment residents through essays, portraits, youth-made images, and family photographs from residents’ personal collections.

"Grand Terrace, which houses working families speaking seven different languages, reflects the changing demographics of our country in miniature. In the face of escalating toxic language directed at new immigrants and those of us who welcome them, it’s important that we work to tell compassionate, collaborative stories about our new homes and neighbors." - Nik Nerburn

All text printed in English, Spanish, and Tigrinya (an Ethiopian language spoken by many building residents). Watch this video to page through the book. 

96 pages, hardcover, smyth-bound (so it lays flat when opened), matte 100# cotton paper, navy blue linen cover with silver foil. 

Instrument combines color photography, personal biography and gripping, restless poetry into a unique melding of literature and art. 

The companion book to her Antiquated Future Records release Traveler's Ode

165 pages, large trade paperback.

Temporary Sale! (+ Only two copies left!) In This is the Inferno, book artist Christopher Kardambikis turns the streets and cityscapes of Los Angeles into the surface of the sun.

Full color, 8" x 12", stapled wraps, a limited edition 30 copy run.