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Some select favorite collages and sculptures from the past several years of work by Dutch artist Louis Reith. Prints are available from Little Paper Planes. Reith also founded Jordskred, an indie publisher of artist books and music.

Louis Reith with his submission to a Nike/YOUR:OWN collaboration in 2010

Louis Reith with his submission to a Nike/YOUR:OWN collaboration in 2010

wall / / Louis Reith — posted on May 9th, 2014

This is the second issue of THE STATE, a print journal from Dubai experimenting with the translation of online information consumption to a book form. Lejla Redja is the designer of this issue, in which essays are folded and tucked into pockets of a two-spread folio.

Dubai, a place where “announcements become architecture within a matter of months,” is an apt place from which to meditate on speculative geographies. The essays of volume ii meander from Brasillia to London to Indonesia to Accra, but all revolve around contemporary understandings of place.

THE STATE announces issue topics in advance and accepts submissions. They also blog. Volume ii is available at Printed Matter.


shelf / / the state — posted on December 30th, 2012

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We’re big fans of Chicago poster outfit Sonnenzimmer. They’ve teemed with Thrill Jockey to make these 2 prints (one, two) in editions of 50 to make you feel old in the event of Thrill Jockey’s 20th anniversary.

It’s been a very Sonnenzimmer year for us, as we got to meet them at Flatstock in Austin. We’re super excited about their upcoming Warp and Weft. We also came across and “accidentally bought” this excellent print on our spring trip out to the Marfa Ballroom.

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We set foot in an Urban Outfitters for the first time in years, and found a stack of their posters on sale for cheap. Ubiquity.

Oh, and speaking of their Kickstarter book, they posted an excellent reading list about where they’re at with their abstract ideas. The post is for “backers only”, but we think the list is worth the leak. From Sonnenzimmer , for your beach reading:

For now, we leave you with a short-list of books we have been going through for research:
– Ken Tyler, Master Printer, and the American Print Renaissance by Pat Gilmour
– Jackson Pollock: Interviews, Articles, and Reviews by Pepe Karmel
– Pollock Painting by Hans Namuth
– Stories of Art by James Elkins
– Robert Motherwell’s Reconcilliation Elegy : a Journal of Collaboration by Robert; Carmean, E.A. Jr.; Bigelow, Robert; Scofield, John E. Motherwell
– Principles of Gestalt Pyschology by K. Koffka
– The Japanese Print since 1900 by Lawrence Smith
– Dan Flavin, The Architeture of Light by Guggenheim Museum Publications
– Moholy-Nagy: Experiment in Totality by Sibyl Moholy-Nagy

wall / / Sonnenzimmer — posted on July 24th, 2012

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