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Ulysses: Departures, Journeys, & Returns.

The Artwork of Andrew Schoultz

Hard Cover 180 pages, including a double gate-fold. Documenting Andrew Schoultz's complete body of work including; Drawings, Paintings, Murals, Gallery Exhibitions, Photographs, & Sketchbook material.

Essays by Aaron Noble, Kevin B. Chen, Caleb Neelon, & Travis Jensen.

Receased Dec 2006

Limited Run of 3000

 

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Beauty Is A Rare Thing

Ian Johnson

Paper Museum Press is pleased to announce the release of, Beauty Is A Rare Thing, a visual document of the artist Ian Johnson.

Johnson primarily paints images of Jazz musicians and authors. Although a huge jazz fan, Johnson's initial attraction to his subject matter was the personal style that many of Jazz legends of the 50's, 60's, 70's carried. The look was sharp and clean, an understated coolness permeated the culture. Johnson took these visual ques and added a modern sensibility to these characters. The poses and compositions are classic but the style they are rendered in is very modern. His use of the color and pattern mimics the improvisational nature of jazz and further enhances the modern nature of the work.

Book Specs  

6" x 9", 80 pages, perfect bound.
6 color offset print on 80lb uncoated stock
Printed with soy based ink

Essay by Kevin B. Chen.

Released Aug 2008, Limted to 500 copies

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Brendan Monroe

Since graduating from the Art Center in Pasdadena, Brendan Monroe has been painting, drawing, and sculpthing a mythical world that is inhabited by blobbish, oozy, paint-chip, trash-laden life-forms interspersed with human figures. Loosely based on the notion that studying smaller enviroments can help us understand the greater world around us.

Although he has self-published a wonderful run of miniature artist-books, this is the first inclusive monograph of Monroe's work including over 70 paintings, 15 sculptures, and installation shots.

This volume represents the artist's progression as well as his most current body of work and it includes an interview with the artist conducted by Dr. Simon Park. Shana Nys Dambrot created an index of terms related to viewing and experiencing Brendan Monroe's work. Foreword by Mike Kelley.

Book Specs:

7.25" x 9.5", 176 pages, Soft Cover, French Fold Dust Jacket

Released March 2008, Limited to 2000 copies

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