The first book by popular Tokyo-based garden stylist Satoshi Kawamoto. The founder of Green Fingers, Kawamoto advocates the beauty of the natural world and the charm of aging greens. He champions a relationship between man and nature.
"We decided to meet somewhere in the middle of where our interests lie - between art and fashion, friends and favorites, local and international. Through it all, at the core of these stories, were cats." - Jessica Lowe & Gavin Greene, Editors-in-chief
The first issue of the beautifully designed new journal from Australia has arrived. Featuring 146 pages of interviews & work by cat-obsessed artists, designers, photographers and writers. Launched in September 2013 at the Tokyo Art Book Fair. In English and Japanese.
Los Angeles-based photographer Jordan Sullivan reads from his newly released book, The Young Earth.
Through meditations on death, the loss of youth, and the beauty and complications that come with love and friendship, The Young Earth, explores how two men attempt to move on and find courage and calm in the face of oncoming tragedy.
The reading will take place after the sun sets, by candlelight.
The Fall/ Winter issue of the James Beard Award-winning food publication Gather Journalis here. Appropriately themed for the months ahead, the editors explore every facet of the cocoon. Including musings on patience, hot dishes and cold nights, kabocha miso stew, silk handkerchief pasta, japchae, Jim Lahey’s no-knead bread and so much more ! Photo credit: Gentyl and Hyers
BOOK STAND @ ERMIE x Weltenbuerger for The Hammer Museum’s Arts ReStore LA Urban Renewal Project
A special collection of books and printed ephemera exploring psychic fantasy, utopia and the natural world.
Anya Gallacio, Anna Sew Hoy, Sam Falls, Jordan Sullivan, Lauren Spencer King, Maggie Harrsen, Melanie Bonajo, Cosmorama, Cosmic Laughter, The Mineralogical Review, The Journal of the New Alchemists, Desert Magazine, Ant Farm, The Swedenborg Society, Communes in California and more.
BOOK STAND founder Claire Cottrell and photographer Jordan Sullivan present BOOK CLUB: a series of occasional get-togethers celebrating contemporary photography publications and printed matter in beautiful outdoor spaces around Los Angeles.