Our latest e-catalogue covers the experimental and the vanguard, to the simply cool. Highlights include: a complete run of Ed Sanders's FU in gorgeous condition; a limited edition archive of ephemera documenting the career of avant-garde cellist and performance artist Charlotte Moorman; the signed limited edition of Mina Loy's LUNAR BAEDEKER inscribed by Loy to her daughter; and an inscribed first edition of John A. Williams's most acclaimed novel, THE MAN WHO CRIED I AM. The catalogue also includes association copies from David Markson and Terry Southern; runs of important magazines such as the music journal SOURCE and the conceptual artists' magazine AVALANCHE; as well as publications from Tehching Hsieh, David Wojnarowicz, and others.
We issue catalogues, both print and electronic, at least several times a year. If you'd like a complimentary copy of one of our print catalogues, please contact us. Also note that all items are subject to prior sale; please click "View Online" for current availabilities.
Our latest print catalogue, featuring over 75 items. Highlights include a hand-written poem by Sylvia Plath; a previously unrecorded edition of an important MLK speech; an association copy of Man Ray's PHOTOGRAPHS; a complete first edition run of the Tarzan series; a first US edition of Jane Austen's MANSFIELD PARK; two rare works from Yayoi Kusama; UNCLE TOM'S CABIN in the.deluxe binding; and a rare signed limited edition from Prince (issued with an iPod!).
More than 45 items from the world of fashion: original drawings, lookbooks, memoirs, periodicals, and more. From the nineteenth through the twenty-first centuries, highlights include: a complete run of visionary street-style magazine RAGS, an original Edith Head costume sketch of Audrey Hepburn's iconic dress from SABRINA, and two original nineteenth-century Louis Vuitton trade cards. Versace, Armani, Gaultier, supermodels, 70s and 80s fashion — click below to browse.
A selection of more than forty scrapbooks, manuscripts, albums, photographs, archives, and collections. Highlights include: an early production album from Academy Award-winning animator George Pal; a collection of 1930s runway fashions from Italian photographer Eda Urbani; the original working typescript for Lester Cohen’s memoir of his time at notorious tabloid THE NEW YORK GRAPHIC; and an archive of John Cage's musical-chess work "REUNION."
Eighty items, including Fats Domino's union manual (with his notes), an important Robert Mapplethorpe association, Fran Lebowitz's pseudonymous first book, early design work from Knoll, one of the first hand-painted Ben & Jerry's store signs, a previously unknown Dr. Seuss item, and one of the rarest pieces of the Sherlockian Grand Game.
Highlights from the library of legendary singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse, a collection that offers an intimate narrative of her life and career through her personal reading — from her school days through her rise to fame and career. The collection of almost 230 books is offered en bloc. A complete inventory is available on request.
Over 45 items showing the entire production and marketing processes utilized in publishing childrens books: original art, manuscripts, mockups and maquettes, proofs, advertisements, and more.
The Romance Novel in English traces the history of the genre over three centuries. Available as a free download (PDF, 100MB), and a limited edition signed hardcover.
60 beautiful decorative publisher's bindings from across genres.