Hier einige Bücher aus unserem Sortiment die Wir vom Multimono aus wärmstens empfehlen können:
SPRING #11: Wunder
15 Plakate von 15 Zeichnerinnen im Siebdruck-Schuber (Gestaltung: Katharina Gschwendtner) PLUS Extraheft mit Texten von Teresa Präauer, Jochen Schmidt, Michael Weins, Tessa Müller, Benjamin Maack und Katharina Hartwell. / 15 posters by 15 artists in a screenprinted slipcase (designed by Katharina Gschwendtner) PLUS booklet with texts by Teresa Präauer, Jochen Schmidt, Michael Weins, Tessa Müller, Benjamin Maack, and Katharina Hartwell.
Screenprinted slipcase with 15 posters (97 x 46 cm) and booklet (two-color) | Slipcase design by Katharina Gschwendtner | English/German | ISBN 978-3-981-5384-2-7 | 25 €
Feat. Ludmilla Bartscht, Larissa Bertonasco, Romy Blümel, Almuth Ertl, Katharina Gschwendtner, Line Hoven, Carolin Löbbert, Ulli Lust, Sophia Martineck, Nina Pagalies, Katrin Stangl, Anne Vagt, Birgit Weyhe, Maria Luisa Witte, Stephanie Wunderlich. With texts by Teresa Präauer, Jochen Schmidt, Michael Weins, Tessa Müller, Benjamin Maack, Katharina Hartwell
Banksy in New York
Photographer Ray Mock takes you along on his exciting hunt for new Banksy work during the famous “Better Out Than In” project in his new book Banksy in New York. This personal narrative offers a day-by-day account of Banksy’s first New York residency, chronicling works that include “Sirens of the Lambs” and the Central Park stand at which original works by Banksy were sold for only $60. Mock’s work captures not only Banksy’s artwork but the reactions of the public and media frenzies that often accompanied it, giving fans a direct window into the frenetic scavenger hunt that took over New York City in October 2013. Banksy in New York offers a closer look at Banksy’s witty and irreverent art and the varied responses it received, while lending insight into the artist’s sharp social commentary. This book is a must-have for those new to the scene and Banksy fanatics alike.
Published by Carnage
128 pages pages, Hardcover
8” x 10”
180 Illustrations, English
Making a Splash | Graphics that Flow
Fluids react to applied force according to the laws of physics, morphing in appearance and shape in accordance with their physical environment. Media such as ink and paint are capable of conveying dramatic gestures and contrast. As a result, they have been beloved by artists for centuries. Making a Splash examines the work of a whole new generation of designers who blend traditional inspiration with a new aesthetic to bring hand-manipulated effects into the digital arena. This collections looks at applications across the fields of advertising, photography, branding, typography, fashion and graphic design that display creative approaches to this distinctive art form. Whether they are black and white or polychromatic, the effects are united by a common appeal: a resonance that speaks to our artistic as well as cultural heritage. Get splashed!
Published by Victionary
256 pages, Softcover
7 1/4″ x 9 3/4″ (185 x 248 mm)
500 color illustrations, English
The images in this volume have been selected from the archives of Govia’s work from travels to 800 locations, and represent some of the most beautiful nightmares one could ever hope to encounter. His elegant photographs capture haunting and sometimes downright eerie images, selected from hospitals, schools, houses, hotels, and asylums, all forgotten by humanity, but not by time. Revered by his peers within the “urbex” community, Govia is a legendary photographer of abandoned and decrepit buildings. He’s taken his cinematic approach to photography to more than twenty countries around the world, documenting our Abandoned Planet in the process.
Published by Carpet Bombing Culture
264 pages, 10″ X 10″