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All City

Compiled by Paul 107

This is no art-gallery graffiti. Going all-city is about leaving your mark, taking space, and then taking more. Featuring stunning photographs and interviews with legendary graffiti writers from around the world, All-City takes an inside look at the lives, motives, tools, and ... Read more

Mary Pratt

By Ray Cronin, Sarah Milroy, Mireille Eagan, Sarah Fillmore, Catherine Mastin, Sarah Milroy, and Caroline Stone

Des tableaux luminescents forment le focus visuel de Mary Pratt, une rétrospective de sa carrière qui examine chaque aspect du parcours créatif de Pratt. Les peintures de Mary Pratt — y compris Œufs dans un casier, Saumon sur Saran, Poulets éviscérés, Filets de morue ... Read more

Mary Pratt

By Ray Cronin, Catharine Mastin, Sarah Milroy, Caroline Stone
Edited by Mireille Eagan, and Sarah Fillmore

"The light in Pratt's paintings seems sentient, a living thing, a pulsation or emission, imbuing the paintings with an erotic and almost mystical desire. " — Canadian Art

Following a stunningly successful national touring exhibition and a sold-out hardcover edition of the accompanying ... Read more

Rememberer

By Paul Hammond, Seth Smith, and Berger

Part planner, part art book, Rememberer is full of inspiration and useful to boot! Packed with tools for the creative/disorganized, and featuring micro-fictions exploring themesof (dis)organization, information overload, and general confusion, this book is fun, beautiful, and ... Read more

See What I'm Saying?

By Jim Westergard

In See What I'm Saying? wood engraver Jim Westergard puts his artistic talents-and his wicked sense of humour-into play with equal effect, offering a series of visual interpretations of some of the more quirky words and phrases that pepper the English language.

Wombat

By (artist) Rod Filbrandt
Introduction by John Armstrong

'Wombat' is a cartoon strip from Vancouver artist Rod Filbrandt and the precursor to his long-lived and much loved strip, 'Dry Shave'. In 'Wombat: The Collected Comic Strip' the reader witnesses the development of a cartoon strip and the characters that fill its frames, from ... Read more