All images © Shane Lavalette, from the Picturing the South series. Cheap & Plastique interviews Syracuse, New York based photographer Shane Lavalette for issue #11. See more of Shane’s work here. C & P: You grew up in Vermont and attended college in Boston, Massachusetts at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and […]
Pre-order a book that I designed! This December Brooklyn Arts Press will publish Heather Morgan‘s art monograph, Today’s Scrambled Creatures. Please check out the Kickstarter campaign for rewards which include books, art pieces, & much more. Click here for the Kickstarter page. Heather discussing her paintings:
Highlights from the New York Art Book Fair on Friday at PS1. The nice Estonians who are staying at my apartment this week, hocking their books at the Lugemik booth (above 3). Fukt Drawing Magazine onomatopee, the black book is beautiful & is now mine! Boekie Woekie, I bought the P version of this book […]
A good Memorial Day flick (if you are interested in more intellectual pursuits)! It is available on Netflix, here.
Luigi Ghirri, Kodachrome From March 6 – April 20 at Matthew Marks Gallery NY Times review here.
Geert Goiris, a Belgian photographer featured in Issue 10 of Cheap & Plastique, released a book, titled Lying Awake, through Roma Publications. For more information and to purchase the book click here. See more of Geert’s work on his website here. Some spreads from the book::: From Roma’s website: Selection of approximately 90 works from […]
Lost Books Kraftwerk box set, DAP FW Books, Dutch Contemporary photo books Paper Monument-Saddest ashtray ever Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe – Marlborough Gallery Werkplaats Typografie Edition Fink Hard Copy Swiss Room (one of my favorite rooms, above 5 pictures) Printed Matter ZINE TENT:::: Jason Polan No Brow at Desert Island Comics Desert Island Comics […]
Graphic Design—Now in Production The exhibition is open weekends and holiday Mondays through Sept. 3, in Building 110 on Governors Island. More information here. Pretty much everything in the exhibition is great, here are some of my favorites: Review in the NY Times here.
Studio view of The Vertical Shadows in progress, Variable dimensions, Various mediums including paint, cloth, wood, cardboard, plaster and wax, 2008. Cheap & Plastique interviews Chicago-based artist Dianna Frid for Issue 10. See more of Ms. Frid’s work here. C & P: You grew up in Mexico City and Vancouver, Canada, then went to undergrad […]