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Daido Moriyama

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Color, 95

Author: Daido Moriyama
Publisher: Getsuyosha

Published in 2012, Color contains a selection of 191 images which document Tokyo in-between 2008 and 2012. Amassing a total of 30,000 digital images for the project, Color is Moriyama’s visual assault of photographs packed together within the 312 pages of the photobook. Images of street scenes, fleeting portraits and snapshots of Moriyama’s lived occurrences are visually placed within the new viewing context of color imagery. The resulting images present an exciting and stimulating viewing experience which lacks none of Moriyama’s provocative use of black and white imagery. Published by Getsuyosha its publication also gave birth to its counterpart Monochrome.

Iikki Books

Through a Vulnerable Occur 011 Book + Vinyl Set, 60

Set includes 1 Book and 1 Vinyl
Published by Iikki Books

Sophie Gabrielle, Book

Melbourne-based photographer and curator Sophie Gabrielle uses digital and analog mediums to channel mythology, spiritualism and psychology. 

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
Munken print white paper
30 cm x 22 cm; 112 pates, 88 photos

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Seabuckthorn Vinyl

English-born acoustic guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Andy Cartwright uses a mixture of approaches, often with layered accompaniments.

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
DMM cut, 12” white colored 180 gram vinyl
Matte-laminated outer sleeve
UV selective varnish on 350 gram paper





Iikki Books

Mythologies 004 Book + Vinyl Set, 60

Set includes 1 Book and 1 Vinyl
Published by Iikki Books

Erwan Morère, Book

Based out of Flassan, France. photographic styles include black and whites, dense grain and always taking the opposite view to usual composition lines. 

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
Munken print white paper
30 cm x 22 cm; 112 pates, 88 photos

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Malaya Ozaki + Kaito Nakahori, Vinyl

Malaya + Kaito were both born in Japan & now reside in New York. they work at the intersection of nature, tradition & modernity. 

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
DMM cut, 12” white colored 180 gram vinyl
Matte-laminated outer sleeve
UV selective varnish on 350 gram paper


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Iikki Books

Lowlands 003 Book + Vinyl Set, 60

Set includes 1 Book and 1 Vinyl
Published by Iikki Books

Ester Vonplon, Book

The Castrisch, Switzerland-based photographer sailed and captured the ice-clogged seas of Spitsbergen in the Arctic Ocean in Summer, 2016. 

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
Munken print white paper
30 cm x 22 cm; 112 pates, 88 photos

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Taylor Dupree and Marcus Fischer, Vinyl

Marcus is known for soundtrack-like landscapes while Taylor’s music emphasizes the imperfect beauty of nature & silence.

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
DMM cut, 12” white colored 180 gram vinyl
Matte-laminated outer sleeve
UV selective varnish on 350 gram paper

Iikki Books

Cut Off 008 Book + Vinyl Set, 60

Set includes 1 Book and 1 Vinyl
Published by Iikki Books

Dmitri Markov, Book

Russian documentary photographer. His only camera is an iPhone; he likes traveling around the country and taking pictures of ordinary lives of ordinary people. 

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
Munken print white paper
30 cm x 22 cm; 112 pates, 88 photos

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Aries Mond, Vinyl

After first working with field recordings, Aries Mond found musical instruments—primarily the piano—in 2012.  he records from the Pyrénées in Southern France.

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
DMM cut, 12” white colored 180 gram vinyl
Matte-laminated outer sleeve
UV selective varnish on 350 gram paper

Iikki Books

Alveare 002 Book + Vinyl Set, 60

Set includes 1 Book and 1 Vinyl
Published by Iikki Books

Matthias Heiderich, Book

Berlin-based photographer capturing the journey across man-made cement beehives—as prototypes of a city in the future. 

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
Munken print white paper
30 cm x 22 cm; 112 pates, 88 photos

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Andrea Belfi, Vinyl

Italian-born, Berlin-based drummer, composer, and experimentalist Andrea Belfi brings his electro-acoustic style to collaborations and recordings.

Limited edition to 500 copies; hand-numbered
DMM cut, 12” white colored 180 gram vinyl
Matte-laminated outer sleeve
UV selective varnish on 350 gram paper


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Faye Toogood

Assemblage 6, Unlearning, 46

Author: Faye Toogood
Publisher: Apartamento Publishing

This book captures the raw moment of inception behind a designer’s collection. Assemblage 6 started off with almost 300 maquettes: chairs, lamps, stools, or daybeds made of wire, cardboard, tape, and canvas, or the everyday materials to be found in Faye Toogood’s studio. But having lined up these rather crude, almost childlike maquettes, the collection, in essence, was decided. Seventeen were chosen to be scaled up to life-size works, and here we have an immersive journey through all the original maquettes and their occasional passage into the real world of furniture/sculpture, a book that plays with the sense of dissimulation evident in the final artworks, or the fact that some objects are not always what they seem at first glance. The Man Booker–nominated author Sophie Mackintosh opens with this idea in her short story, while the book closes on an essay by the independent writer and curator Glenn Adamson, who ultimately provides context for the collection and process as a whole.

Morten Barker

Terra Nullius, 39

Author: Morten Barker
Publisher: Art Paper Editions

In his artistic work Morten Barker examines and explores the limits on how the image distorts the reality we know. Barker creates images based on war film landscapes, which are articulated through the fictional and the documentary. Through digital manipulation and sampling of screenshots the artist creates an ambiguity in which geography, depth of field and time are blurred.

Various Artists

Pictures, 56

Author: Various Artists
Publisher: There 

Today, in our daily lives, photographs can be seen almost anywhere; PICTURES shows that photographs can also be almost anything.

PICTURES gathers abstract and non-representational photography, focusing on a current generation of photographers popular in fashion and fine art, who are challenging traditional definitions of the photographic image. Embracing the early potential of photography’s discovery as a ‘new’ medium in the 19th century, they are experimenting with the camera, printing, even sunlight to create wildly colorful images that look nothing like what we have generally come to think of as a photograph. In so doing, they reflect the longstanding interaction between photography and fine art, where innovations in photography have often influenced contemporary artists.

Instead of looking at the subject a photograph captures, PICTURES suggests that we look at what a photograph actually is.

PICTURES includes 200+ large photographs from nearly 50 artists. Introductory section includes works by legends of photography such as Man Ray and Imogen Cunningham, plus cult artists Guy Bourdin and Saul Leiter. Main section includes large portfolios by contemporary artists and fashion photographers.

Sebastien Reuzé

Colorblind Sands, 45

Author: Sebastien Reuzé
Publisher: Art Paper Editions

Colorblind Sands is a project for a journey, a reflection upon photography and the great American road trip. It explores the semantics of color, the experience of time and place, and the possibilities for analog printing in the darkroom. Colorblind Sands is a fictitious road trip that Reuzé has yet to make. An imaginary journey through the history of American photography.

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Osaka

Daido Moriyama

Osaka, 71

Author: Daido Moriyama
Publisher: Getsuyosha

Osaka is where it all started for Daido Moriyama.

“Now that it has been already 55 years since I moved from Osaka to Tokyo,

Osaka is for me a place that I remember with greatly nostalgic feelings. Sometimes it’s s simple song I happen to hear that brings back memories of the streets of Osaka, and when I close my eyes I feel as if being right there where I used to be.”

Now available is an ultimate edition compiled by the photographer himself, containing photographs from “Osaka +” (Getsuyosha, 2007) and other items that weren’t included in the original book.

All photos were shot around 1996.

This edition also features the essays “Osaka no koto” (in Japanese) and “Dark Pictures” (in English), as well as a chronological table.

Denisse Arian Pérez

Agua, 55

Author: Denisse Ariana Pérez
Publisher: Guest Editions

Agua is the first photobook from Caribbean-born, Barcelona-based photographer Denisse Ariana Pérez. Driven by an obsession with humans and the human experience as a whole, her work looks to explore, expose and honour the beauty she sees in others. Water, which has always been present in both life and work, allows her to get closer by dissolving facades and removing walls to celebrate what is found within. From the colder currents of Scandinavia to the warm pink lakes of Senegal, Agua is an intimate and endless journey of human exploration that captures a vital and magical relationship between people and water.