The LEPOS Bible follows Diego Bergia’s worldwide street art project that began back in 2004. The 66 page pocket sized book is packed with street photos, testimonials, writings, comics, sketches and jail stories.
Jesse Harris is a Toronto-based artist working within a distinctly statement-oriented form of art practice. Often adapting readily available materials and familiar forms and language, Harris creates art that quips at authoritarian notions while promoting the energy, attitude, and responsibilities of do-it-yourself and grassroots counter cultures.
Cat Rackham lives in the wilderness but he isn't very good at it. Is he too self-involved to listen to his natural instincts? Did he go into the wild to escape himself? Was he once a human being? We will never know the answers to these questions. Learn More
A new self-contained issue in Michael DeForge's one-man anthology series. In the issue's main story, "Dogs 2070," screenwriter Stephen tries to reconnect with his ex-wife and son in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Learn More