USA 6 Publications in Random Order
Bubi Canal, Sara Rubinow
MANUAL is a guide book, a feedback loop of enigmatic images and messages that unlock the hidden powers that connect us. Bubi Canal wants us to discover the magic that dwells within, and MANUAL is a talisman published in zine form. It is intimate but universal, alien yet familiar.
MANUAL es una guía, en formato bucle, compuesto por una sucesión de imágenes enigmáticas y mensajes que dan rienda suelta a poderes ocultos que nos rodean y conectan. Bubi Canal trata de que encontremos la magia que habita en nuestro interior a través de esta publicación. De esa manera, MANUAL se presenta como un talismán publicado en formato artzine. Íntimo pero universal, extraño pero familiar.
Wim Wenders & Sam Shepard
Best book ever! The full Sam Shepard script and the full Wim Wenders film in double color pages. Plus photographs of the shooting, Wim Wenders’ location photographs and the opening titles of a film. This book, PARIS, TEXAS, is as great as PARIS, TEXAS the film, we promise you!
The red color, the Texas landscape, magnetic Nastassja Kinski and enigmatic Harry Dean Stanton.
Incredible book and iconic road movie film —Palme d’Or at Cannes 1984—. It’s exactly what you would expect and want.
EATEN is a magazine focused on everything food history published three times a year. Each volume contains historic recipes, enlightening gastronomic essays and fascinating tales written by passionate journalists, historians, and gastronomes eager to celebrate the past and present of what we eat.
The theme is “Sweet & Sour” and includes M.F.K. Fisher’s 1978 visit to Japan, to write the foreword to Shizuo Tsuji’s book Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art; a history of bitter Seville oranges; a survey of sugar sculpture in Europe from the sixteenth century onward; an investigation into the maritime origins of the whiskey sour.
The theme is “Surf&Turf” and includes among others the fight over muskrat eating in Michigan; the saga of a surfer’s cocktail and the foods of survival in the Antarctic, and many other culinary stories from the land, the sea, and everywhere in between.
The theme is “Futures Past” and includes among others the laboratories attempting to grow hamburgers; the space foods of Soviet Russia;the sacrificial lambs purported to tell the future, and many other wild and wonderful stories of meals yet to come.
AVAILABLE ALL THREE ISSUES ON OUR ONLINE SHOP.
Frequency – 3 times a year
Format – 19,5 x 24 cm
Pages – 128
Binding – softback
Country – USA / UK
Language – English
We ship every Thursday from Madrid (Spain) only within Europe. Due to the current situation related to the COVID-19 first shipping is planned for the 14th of May. Depending on where you are, shipping takes anywhere from 3 to 15 business days. For shipping outside of Europe, please contact us before making any purchases.
WHAT’S THE MAGAZINE CLUB?
Print clearly isn’t dead, and we want to prove it: we thought of a space for both magazine-makers and readers to meet in Madrid. The Magazine Club is a platform to understand and get in touch with indie magazines thanks to a program of bimonthly events taking place at Open Design Area. Magazine exhibitions and talks with the editors that stand behind the most exciting international publications are our ingredients to spread some indie culture around. The Magazine Club is born.
Margherita Visentini / Paloma Avila / Gema Navarro
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2020 Magazine, Issue 0
2020 is an annual magazine that serves as a guide for the year that’s about to start. This, 0, is our first issue. A yearbook made from different perceptions about what’s to come in this year. Taking the idea from the fashion calendar, 12 authors from different branches are presenting their vision about the ideas, images and trends for the year that have been developed from the year before. An exercise about the immediate future from 12 different perspectives, one for each month. Every year, the magazine will be presented in a completely different way, adapting each publication to the moment we’re living and covering a whole decade, from 2020 to 2029.
Throughout recent months our realities have changed drastically, with the coronavirus taking centre-stage in the quarantine world tour that has so quickly made its way across the globe.
And with every tour comes its accompanying merchandise (even the uncomfortably apocalyptic science-fiction ones). In the hopes of producing something positive from a situation so negative, and of coming together in times that pull us apart, this t-shirt – now available on @everpresshq – was designed in collaboration with Pedro Mata Nogueira → 31,00 €.
Available until May 12
Luis Úrculo, Sara Rubinow
8.00 AM / 15.00 PM
8.00 AM / 15.00 PM explores the physical structure of printed matter. The title represents the time difference between Mexico City and Madrid, the two places where the artist lives. Luis Úrculo uses the publication’s construction as a physical manifestation of the temporal divide between the two cities. Objects are bent, mirrored, broken, or otherwise altered by passing through the center of each spread—breaking the illusion of synchronous existence.
8.00 AM / 15.00 PM indaga la estructura física del artzine. El título representa la diferencia horaria entre la Ciudad de México y Madrid, los dos lugares donde vive el artista. Luis Úrculo utiliza la propia anatomía de la publicación como una manifestación física de la brecha temporal entre las dos ciudades. Los objetos son doblados, reflejados, rotos, o alterados de modo que al pasar por el centro de 8.00 AM / 15.00 PM se rompa la ilusión de una existencia sincrónica.