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Kaugummi magazine #6 - noise + silence
Jeudi, 29 Octobre 2009 19:08   

 

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Kaugummi magazine #6 - noise + silence
collective magazine


printed in september 2009
first edition : 150 copies

13 artists, 28 pages, black and white printed - 18 x 25 cm l isbn : 978-2-35862-007-9
printed on heavy 120 gr paper - handnumbered edition


Collective art magazine curated by Bartolomé Sanson. Special drawing issue featuring spreads (from noise and silenceby :

• José Maria Gonzalez
• Rasmus Svennson
• Jaakko Pallasvuo
• Edouard Baribeaud
• Josh Slater
• Misaki Kawai
• Shoboshobo
• Ann Guillaume & Leylagoor
• Andreas Banderas
• Emmanuelle Pidoux
• Matt Lock
• Julien Langendorff
• Ben Schumacher

 
Kaugummi magazine #5 - day
Jeudi, 29 Octobre 2009 19:08   

 

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Kaugummi magazine #5 - day
collective magazine


printed in september 2009
first edition : 150 copies

15 artists, 32 pages, black and white printed - 18 x 25 cm l isbn : 978-2-35862-006-2
printed on heavy 120 gr paper - handnumbered edition

 

Collective art magazine curated by Bartolomé Sanson. Special photo issue featuring spreads (from sunrise to sunset) by :

• Lina Scheynius
• Elkie Vanstiphout
• Paul Herbst
• Peter Sutherland
• Jonnie Craig
• Dana Lauren Goldstein
• Tim Barber
• Linus Bill
• Todd Hido
• Philippe Gerlach 
• Marlene Marino
• Yves Drillet
• Mark Mcknight
• Craig Mammano
• Alexander Martinez

 
One seven nine me - Bartolomé Sanson & Sylvain Etasse
Jeudi, 29 Octobre 2009 19:07   

 

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One seven nine me
Bartolomé Sanson & Sylvain Etasse

printed in june 2009
first edition : 100 copies

188 pages, black and white printed, perfect bound - 14 x 21 cm l isbn : 978-2-35862-004-8
cover printed on carta integra 250gr, insideprinted on 115gr cyclus

Final issue of the zine serie published last year. A massive book featuring 179 brand new pictures collected trough the internet using different keywords + the word "me". An open window on a weired, funny and amazing vision of our contemporary world.

 
Mon bien aimé a passé la main par la fente, et pour lui mes entrailles ont frémi - Mathieu Renard
Jeudi, 29 Octobre 2009 19:06   

 

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Mon bien aimé a passé la main par la fente, et pour lui mes entrailles ont frémi
Mathieu Renard

printed in june 2009
first edition : 100 copies

52 pages, black and white printed, perfect bound - 14 x 21 cm l isbn : 978-2-35862-003-1
cover printed on 250gr linear golden paper, inside printed on 120gr silver and silverpink paper

Mathieu Renard works with intrusive appropriation of images -photographs, illustrations...- and words, thus giving them a new meaning and a new aesthetic range. Dedicated to various current trends in art, his work calls upon a re-reading of History, whether it be political, social or artistic, and alters these actualities. He calls upon a re-examination of the habits and stereotypes of our civilization.
Particularly fond of working with paper, with methods such as printing and reproducability, he published Four-Hands with Céline Duval documentation, Edition Spéciale n°1 with Zédélé Editions, Delta with John Magazine and Summer Boys with Pin Up Badges. Born 1974 in Rennes, France, Mathieu Renard works in Rennes. He is the founder of LENDROIT Galerie. 

"Mon bien aimé a passé la main par la fente, et pour lui mes entrailles ont frémi" is a great, strange, and fascinating wide open window to a new sexual world. This book could be seen as a new kind of sexual handbook... porno chic and porno cheap at the same time.

 
Folle Eglise - Anna's Present
Jeudi, 29 Octobre 2009 19:06   

 

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Anna's Present
Folle Eglise

recorded in august 2009
limited edition of 100 copies

Sometimes, you don't have to travel across the world to find an amazing new band. Anna's Present is the first effort from this two young french mermaids called Folle Eglise. This debut release have been recorded in august 2009 during some typical north-of-france misty summer days. Seven tracks for a long journey in the muzzy heads of Alice Dourlen and Sophie Bernadou, full of strange child pictures, gregorian recollections and wired worldmusic covers. If you hear the song of sirens, you'll never go back on board. 
Kaugummi is really proud to be the first label which turn out a record of this amazing new band. Handmade packaging made of caramel paper, thin cord and feather, plus a strange found photograph. Handnumbered edition of 100 copies.


extracts : www.myspace.com/kaugummibooks

 

 


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