Monday, July 28, 2008

The book


There will will be a limited edition first pressing of Paper Kingdom printed by Indigo Ink available at the opening on August 10th.

Paper Kingdom is available for online purchase too! If you didn't get to pre-order one, or won't be able to at the opening, you can order one through! If you order from Lulu, it will be directly shipped to your door!

Preview /buy here:

For artists who would like to buy a book from Lulu, contact me directly for the discounted artist price (plus shipping). This special artist price will be available until August 15th! After that, you can buy one directly from lulu, for the designated customer price!

For those who would like to buy a book online from Lulu, the price is 40.00.

Limited edition first pressing at opening:

Artist price: 38.00 (print cost)
Customer price: 45.00

Hope to see you at the Creative Alliance on August 10th!

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

The lowdown on Paper Kingdom

Paper Kingdom book release party is happening August 10th at the Creative Alliance in Patterson Park. Musical performances by Beach House, Viking Moses, and Cass McCombs! The first pressing will be a limited amount! You can pre-order a copy to be sure you get one in the first run!

Artists in the book are(in order of no importance):

Alex Fine, Ana Benaroya, Beth Varden, Exit 10, Bruce Willen and Nolen Strals of PostTypography, Caleb Stine, Dan Deacon, Jimmy Joe Roche, Dina Kelberman, James Sarsgaard, Jordan Bernier, Justin Lucas, Justin Levy, Kali Ciesemier, Kathy Fahey, Elena Johnston, Katie Rose, Kevin Sherry, Jennifer Bagheri, Jeff McGrath, Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez, Lexie Mountain, Logan Hicks, Mike Apichella, Noel Friebert, Roby Newton, Peter Quinn, Red Prairie Press, Scott Denisson, Shaun Flynn, Wildfire Wildfire, Tommy Rouse, Amy Waller, and Scott Opirhory.

Interviews included with:
Dan Deacon, Victoria LeGrand, Nolen Strals, Human Host, Scott Dennison, Justin Lucas, Kathy Fahey and Shaun Flynn.

The book documents Baltimore music poster and print culture from the 1990's until now!

Thanks to Paper State and Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts for making it possible. And everyone else who has helped.