Thursday, September 25, 2008

melbourne and beyond


Above photos by Warwick Baker
The latest release from And Collective is 'A Place Tells a Story.' 
Filled from cover to cover with rich visual art, text and music allowing the reader a wide range to reflect upon.
Some places familiar others unknown. Including "Milk bars, street corners, neighborhoods, roads within the context of an increasingly globalised consciousness, reconnecting with locality and specificity...exploring these sites' histories and narrative; posing questions about their future..."
Including work from Warwick Baker, Tom Civil, Oslo Davis, Kubota Fumikazu, Rachael Wenona Guy, Andy Jackson, Kyle de Kuijer, Brigid McCarthy, Meg Mundell, Mandy Ord, Liza Power, Memuzin River, Lou Smith, Salote Tawale and Eve  Vincent. And sound by Perfect Black Swan, Nadia Combe, Bird Traps, Chris Smith, Lee Memorial and Jon Tihia.

Oh, and just to keep Holly Daze busier than normal they gave us the job to screen print 1000, yep, thats right, the 1000 dust covers that lovingly wrap each numbered edition.
Pop by and grab your copy while they last!
Above illustration by Kyle de Kuijer
Above: Limited Edition number, plus bonus c.d
Above: Almost there, 1000 recycled brown paper dust covers

3 comments:

thetinylittlegirl said...

these look great!
and i can never go past recycled brown paper, so cool.

Jac. said...

I'm a Canberran - that looks like a Canberra bus interchange and bus stop in that first picture?

Five Boroughs said...

So glad you think so! After printing one thousand...we even still like it!