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Danse Macabre 2.0: An Art Book

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A lovely little object that includes all the illustrations from the series, each with a suitable verse of poetry, plus an introduction to the history of the medieval genre.
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The Filigree: News From Fairyland

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One of the products listed was titled "The Filigree", and it was a newspaper. A fairy-tale newspaper.
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Forever Falling Sideways

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A large, 72 page zine about mental health comprised of personal stories, poetry, interviews, art, and tips for taking care of yourself.
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Fifty Shades of Pink

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A common cause. An exclusive anthology. Available for a limited time!
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Curiosity in Miniature: Bo Press

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Miniature books have a history nearly as long as full-sized books, perhaps because humans have long been fascinated with tiny things.
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Fergus #32

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This zine is like a wonderful mix of a blog and journal. But what struck me the most was how the story was very raw and stream-of-consciousness.
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Happy Valentine's Day!

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You're never too old to get your groove on, even if it's just with a friend.
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Avedon: Women

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Over his sixty-year career, photographer Richard Avedon was renowned for his distinctive, transformative eye.
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Chalky the Cat

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The real stand-outs in this project are the gorgeous full-color illustrations and the playful typography.
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Pirelli's 2014 Calendar

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Not hooked up with a 2014 calendar yet?
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Jewels by JAR

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Can't afford to buy a lavish jeweled creation on display at the Metropolitan Museum’s Jewels by JAR retrospective?
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All About Chapbooks

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“Chapbooks are smaller, published in limited quantities, and often include hand-made qualities such as letterpress, hand stitching, or silk-screening.”
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Absolut Strepteasse

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Badabum was created in the summer of 2010 in order to provide a base for independent publishing within the world of graphic art.
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The Tattoo Art of Quyen Dinh

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"I suspect I never left that certain phase in childhood when bright colors, simple shapes, and bold outlines of Saturday morning cartoons and coloring books were the only images that captivated children for hours."
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A Strange New World

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Reminiscent in tone of the classic "Where the Wild Things Are", Amelia Kieras' "A Strange New World" is the story of a young girl's travels through a mysterious garden.
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The Foodie Collective

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The idea for a The Foodie Collective cookbook came up during a Christmas oyster party in 2011, when the group were discussing the success of their very first fundraiser for Mission Bon Accueil in Montreal, as well as how fortunate they all were to be able to eat so well and so often.
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Just In Time for Summer Vacation Planning!

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There's no time like the present to start planning your summer vacation. Be sure to take along one of these indie guidebooks when you do!
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"Drugstore Camera Newspaper" & "Hotel Chelsea"

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This week we showcase two fabulous indie books: Gagosian Gallery's "Drugstore Camera Newspaper", a 28 page over-sized accompaniment to the late Dennis Hopper’s "The Lost Album" show, and "Hotel Chelsea", photographer Victoria Cohen's fascinating look at an historic landmark.
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FanGirls Inc

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An illustrated humor book about fangirls and the gems they spout on YouTube
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Handmade Book of Herbs

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The world of self-published books is a large one, containing not only blockbuster best sellers, but also books, made lovingly by hand, in small quantities. Self-publishing is, after all, about an artists’ singular vision and it is those titles we seek to highlight in our new regular feature, “Small Batch Books”, for readers and collectors interested in more DIY-type, limited edition titles.