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Publication #11
Get Well Soon
by Aaron Bengochea

Info from the artist:

“Get Well Soon” features images of seasonal change taken between 2017 and 2019. This series serves as a therapeutic study highlighting the ebb and flow of nature’s transition and its similarity to the ups and downs of mental health.  


Having a tree growing up out of me

is often a worrisome thing.

I’m twisty and thorny and branchy and bare

but wait till you see me in Spring.

- Shel Silverstein  

 

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Post Post Works, New York, 2020

8.5 x 8.5in., 86 pages, Perfect-bound

Printed in California

Edition of 50

Each copy includes 1 of 2 signed newsprint posters (11 x 14in.)

 

Aaron Bengochea is a photographer living and working in New York. Bengo received a degree in Photography from the University of Oregon in 2013, and has maintained both a commercial and art photo practice.

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Publication #10
Rivercross
by Arta Perezic

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"Rivercross" is a collection of photographs by Arta Perezic with written contributions by Charles Burke, Laura Serejo Genes, Hugo Genes, Alexandra Tell, and Gina Pollara. Rivercross, located on Roosevelt Island, was designed by architects John M. Johansen and Ashok M. Bhavnani, with renowned landscape architect Dan Kiley, in 1976. It has since set a new standard for public housing in New York City.

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Post Post Works, New York, 2020

5.5in. x 8.5in., 68 pages, Perfect-bound

Printed in Minnesota

Edition of 50

 

Arta Perezic is an architect in New York and Florida. She graduated from The Cooper Union with a Bachelor in Architecture in 2015, and will be attending Harvard Graduate School of Design for her Master in Architecture this Fall. Arta and her family are longtime residents of Roosevelt Island.

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Publication #9
Cat Report No. 2
by Angelo Spagnolo

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Cat Report is a magazine about cats created by people who love cats.

Contains photos, text, and illustrations.

 

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Post Post Works, New York, 2019

8in. x 10in., 80 pages, Perfect-bound

Edition of 50

 

Angelo Spagnolo is an artist from the Pacific Northwest. He doesn’t have a cat.

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Publication #8
Fantastic Men
by Chris Black

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Fantastic Men celebrates the personal style of some of Chris Black's favorite men.

Foreword by Rachel Tashjian.

 

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Post Post Works, New York, 2018

289mm x 380mm, 40 Pages

Printed on 55gsm newsprint in the UK

Second edition of 50

 

Chris Black is a writer and more living in New York City.

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Publication #7
New York Street Style
by Sirui Ma

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85 photos and locations in New York City, from 2016 – 2018.

 

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Post Post Works, New York, 2018

15cm x 18.5cm, 92 pages, Wire-bound

Designed by Adam Ridgeway

Edition of 50

 

Sirui Ma is a photographer living between New York City and London.

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Publication #6
Tour
by Cobey Arner

Info from the artist:

Tour is a compilation of photos taken over the course of 5 months during the summer and fall of 2017. Locations range from Denmark, to London, to Korea, to the coasts of California. I was drawn to the similarities between varying cultures and countries through recurring subjects like flora, fashion, automobiles, and architecture.

 

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Post Post Works, New York, 2018

6in. x 9in., 64 pages, Perfect-bound

Edition of 50

 

Cobey Arner is a photographer living and working in Nashville, TN.

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Publication #5
Reflections on Indoor Living
by Guy Ferguson

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A series of plants behind glass photographed over five years and presented chronologically.

 

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Post Post Works, New York, 2017

6in. x 9in., 40 pages, Saddle-stitched

Edition of 50

 

Guy Ferguson is a photographer living and working in Victoria, BC.

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Publication #4
Cat Report No. 1
by Angelo Spagnolo

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Cat Report is a magazine about cats created by people who love cats. 

Contains photos, text, and illustrations.

 

Post Post Works, New York, 2017

8in. x 10in., 88 pages, Perfect-bound

Edition of 50

 

Angelo Spagnolo is an artist from the Pacific Northwest. He doesn’t have a cat. 

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Publication #1b
Screenthoughts, Volume 2
by Amardeep Singh & Sophia Callahan

Info from the artists:

Screenthoughts is a monthly zine documenting each artist's experiences on the web through refined analysis of their screenshots folder.

 

Post Post Works, New York, 2016

5.5" x 8.5", 12 pages & 22 pages, Saddle-stitched

Volume 2 – October 2016

 

Amardeep and Sophia are friends that both use their personal computers to browse the internet and save things for a later date.

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Publication #3
Keys in a plastic bag hidden behind the TV
by Owen Dodd

Info from the artist: 

The book is a collection of images exploring the strangeness and misdirection that come along with navigating foreign territory. The photos treat common objects as landmarks, shifting them from the narrative periphery to the main subject matter.

 

Post Post Works, New York, 2016

6" x 9", 20 pages, Rubber-bound

Edition of 50

 

Owen Dodd is an artist, photographer and designer, living and working in New York.

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Publication #2
Running Water
by Sirui Ma

Info from the artist:

In a Chinese proverb, the passage of time is analogous to running water. This book is an attempt at collecting time. Photographs from a trip home. China, summer 2016.

 

Post Post Works, New York, 2016

5" x 8", 78 pages, Perfect-bound

Edition of 50

 

Sirui Ma is a photographer living between New York City and London.

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Publication #1a
Screenthoughts, Volume 1
by Amardeep Singh & Sophia Callahan

Info from the artists:

Screenthoughts is a monthly zine documenting each artist's experiences on the web through refined analysis of their screenshots folder.

 

Post Post Works, New York, 2016

5.5" x 8.5", 12 pages & 22 pages, Saddle-stitched

Volume 1 – September 2016

 

Amardeep and Sophia are friends that both use their personal computers to browse the internet and save things for a later date.

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