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All Gone 2010 Further Look

CultureComments ⋅ Jan 19, 2011
All Gone has come to position itself as the definitive yearly recap of the hottest and most highly sought after products according to La MJC. With a Berlin launch party just around the corner, the book enjoys a comprehensive look throughout the p...

Homeward Bound: The Life & Times of Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 17, 2011
This year marks the 100th birthday of prominent American tattoo artist Norman Collins, better known as Sailor Jerry. Celebrating his innovative work is this book Homeward Bound: The Life & Times of Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry. The 128-page book...

Basquiat by Leonhard Emmerling

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 14, 2011
In an upcoming publication by TASCHEN and Leonhard Emmerling, a biographical look into the prominent artist’s life is offered. The book is part of TASCHEN’s “Basic Art Series” collection which uncover in chronological orde...

La MJC & MADE Present ALL GONE: The Finest of Street Culture 2010 Berlin Book Launch

EventsComments ⋅ Jan 14, 2011
In a dual celebration of both ALL GONE’s fifth anniversary and the publication’s Berlin release, a special event is set to take place at MADE. The event will encompass the unveiling of the book and a special exhibition while opening n...

The Nike SB Dunk Pro 1985-2011 Book Further Look

CultureComments ⋅ Jan 11, 2011
Last month, The Nike SB Dunk Pro 1985-2011 book was given a quick preview. With a cool cover design featuring the Dunk’s outsole, the book now enjoys a more comprehensive look. The book offers a retrospective look into the history of the Du...

Vans Off The Wall: 1966 DVD Book

CultureComments ⋅ Jan 10, 2011
Vans releases a new DVD package which features a 100-page book with photos from the making of 1966 by Percy Dean, accompanied by a 21 track music compilation. The DVD follows last year’s release of Off The Wall: 1966, Vans’ highly ant...

José Parlá “Walls, Diaries, and Paintings” Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 6, 2011
Universally respected for his work in providing a new spin on art and calligraphy, an announcement details the release of the artist’s new book Walls, Diaries, and Paintings which will hit stores in the next little while. The exhibition wil...

“Tools of Criminal Mischief” by Roger Gastman

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 31, 2010
With a busy 2010 under his belt, Roger Gastman has taken the time between producing Exit Through the Gift Shop and the more recent Sanrio anniversary exhibition to publish the following book titled Tools of Criminal Mischief. The book presents gr...

All Gone 2010 Preview

CultureComments ⋅ Dec 30, 2010
Michael Dupouy gives us a peek into the latest cover of All Gone as the book embarks on its 5th edition for 2010. Following up last year’s white and red covers, this latest edition will boast a nubuck finish, again offered in a couple of di...

The Nike SB Dunk Pro 1985-2011 Book

CultureComments ⋅ Dec 23, 2010
Gino Iannucci’s skate shop POETS shares what looks to be a comprehensive book offering from Nike SB. In the past, we’ve seen some stellar published works from Nike documenting the sportswear brand’s strong heritage. In this part...

Larry Clark “Kiss the Past Hello” Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 20, 2010
Photographer Larry Clark hosted an exhibition in Paris back in October by the name of “Kiss the Past Hello.” The show, on display at the Musée d’Art Moderne, caused a bit of controversy, officially declared unsuitable for children by the mayor. A...

The Book of Paper by Oliver Helfrich

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 16, 2010
German designer and book editor Oliver Helfrich started a project he titled The Book Of…. The series’ focus is to bring to light the value and beauty of utilitarian and omniprescent materials such as paper, wood, glass and stone. In T...

Murakami Versailles Book

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 16, 2010
Earlier this year saw the father of the Superflat art movement Takashi Murakami descend on a noble venue with his Palace of Versailles exhibition. The event in itself was controversial based on the comments made by the French Royal family regardi...

FULL BLEED: Alex Corporan Interview

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 15, 2010
Karmaloop TV caught up with Alex Corporan who represents 1/3rd of the FULL BLEED book. A book based solely on New York City and its relationship with skateboarding, Corporan speaks about why he wanted to create the book and the importance of ska...

The Poster Shop @ Matthew Marks Gallery

DesignComments ⋅ Dec 15, 2010
Opened to coincide with the holiday season, The Poster Shop situated above the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York City unleashes an enviable collection of books and posters pertaining to some of the art world’s greats. With a 19th century fi...