WORK IN PROGRESS: THE CARHARTT WIP ARCHIVES is the first comprehensive publication exploring that remarkable evolution. Edited by Michel Lebugle and Anna Sinofzik, with texts by Gary Warnett, Mark Kessler and Anna Sinofzik, it features more than 350 images including heaps of hitherto unpublished photographs, artworks, as well as ephemera drawn from the company’s own archives and different private collections, providing an unparalleled look into the brand’s bustling universe. Featuring the extensive story of the brand from its humble beginning to their most popular garments like the Detroit Jacket, Watch Hat, Siberian Jacket, and Cargo Pants, WORK IN PROGRESS is a celebratory, transatlantic stroll through the company’s rich and colorful history. This collection will appeal to both fashion enthusiasts and devotees of American cool.
Specifications - Format: Hardcover. 428 pages.
Robert Fairer – US Vogue’s exclusive backstage photographer for over a decade – opens up his archive for the first time, revealing stunning photographs that were, until now, one of fashion’s best-kept secrets. Tracing McQueen’s entire career from the 1990s to his final collection, ‘Plato’s Atlantis’, Alexander McQueen: Unseen celebrates the singular beauty of the designer’s creations and the intense behind-the-scenes work of McQueen’s trusted collaborators. Fairer’s high-energy photographs capture the glamour, grit and spirit that made McQueen’s flamboyant shows so special, and offer a unique insight into the work of one of the world’s most captivating fashion designers.
Specifications - Format: Hardcover. 352 pages. 33,5 x 24,5 cm.
The White Review No. 18 featuring interviews with Eileen Myles, Lee Ufan and César Aira. Jen George and Sally Rooney's stories further this magazine's mission to present the best new writing, while a collection of haunting, witty micro-fictions by the Syrian writer Osama Alomar (translated with C.J. Collins) fulfill our commitment to formally experimental literature in translation. The relationship between art and literature is one of this magazine's longstanding concerns, and Leslie Jamison's essay in response to the films of Ellen Cantor marks a significant contribution to that discussion between disciplines.
Can you identify your favourite TV show from just three visual clues? Put all those hours spent watching box sets to good use puzzling out the answer from Cajsa Holgersson's intriguing illustrations. Featuring 60 shows – from Game of Thrones to The West Wing, The Killing to Twin Peaks – this after-dinner game is an ideal gift for TV aficionados everywhere.
Specifications - Playing cards. 60 color illustrations.
Revive the art of storytelling using these nine beautifully illustrated wooden dice to create ghostly stories. Construct your own spooky adventure tale with an array of creepy characters such as vampires, headless horsemen and decapitated knights. You can use your cloak of invisibility to escape from the dungeon in the haunted house, but beware of the creaking staircase! Once you've made it out, will your getaway car break down in the spooky forest under a full moon...?
Specifications - Board game. 52 b/w illustrations.
The creator of some of the most popular, enduring images of late 20th-century art, Keith Haring was also an iconic figure of the downtown New York scene in the 80's.
Christina Clausen's documentary offers an affectionate, deeply personal glimpse into Haring's life, from his early years growing up in a small, conservative Pennsylvania town to his heyday as a world-renowned artist, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Madonna, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Grace Jones, Yoko Ono, among many others.
Lacking a formal narrative, Andy Warhol's art house classic follows various residents of the Chelsea Hotel in 1966 New York City, presented in a split screen with a single audio track in conjunction with one side of screen.
Scenes from the Life of Andy Warhol by Jonas Mekas
A videocosa by Enrico Ghezzi
Interview with Achille Bonito Oliva
Interview with Mario Zonta
Paul Morrissey interviews Jonas Mekas