Issue .010 (SECOND PRESSING)
*NOTE - Please do not exceed more than 2 books per order. Thank you*
Treading. Treading upon the tail of the tiger. It does not bite the man. Success.
The theme of Issue 010 is inspired by the I-Ching (The Book of Changes) and the number 10, Lü. The I-Ching is an ancient Chinese oracle system that stems from North-West China dating back to approximately 1200 BC. Its primary function is concerned with predicting chance events, correcting ones approach in the early phases of transitions, and accounting for what Carl Jung coined the term of, Synchronicity. It comprises of 64 hexagrams, which are made of solid (yang - the firm) and broken (yin - yielding) lines. The Periodic Table of Elements of the West is equivalent to such a system. Instead of focusing on matter, the ancient Chinese were focused on understanding mind, time and happenstance.
Introduction of Issue 010, "Why Do We Take Photographs", is written by featured photographer and contributing writer, Aaron Chapman. Design and layout by Sepehr Mokhtarzadeh.
First pressing of 200 (SOLD OUT)
Orange Marble Variant /125
Green/Blue Marble Variant /75
Second pressing of 200 - PRINTED IN REVERSE*
Dark Variant /75
Light Variant /125
114 pages, full color, perfect bound, 5.5"x8.5"
This issue features 47 artists which include:
Aaron Chapman, Alan Black, Alessandro Ruggieri, Andrew Birmingham, Balint Benko, Bergen Grant, Billy Clark, Bossi Baker, Calvin Freeman, Catherine Hyland, Chiara Zonca, Clement Moussiere, Colin Czerwinski, Collin Pollard, Dani Garcia Sarabia, Edwin Capalla, Elliott Verdier, Francois Aubret, Francois Ollivier, Francois-Xavier Marciat, Fred Lahache, Gabriel Zimmer, Genia Volkov, George Dennis, Gretchen Grace, Iraklis Kougemitros, Jaclyn Paterson, James Porschen, Jay Connizzo, Kristoffer Paulsen, Krystal Perez, Kyle Berger, Lisa Jahovic, Luca Abbadati, Luca Galavotti, Marco Arguello, Marie-Pier Guillot, Mathieu Teissier, Maximilian Canepa, Nadira Tania, Rodrigo Autric, Sepehr Mokhtarzadeh, Shafer Dewhurst, Stephen Harper, Tom Baker, Toni Invano, Valentina Loffredo, and Yingda Xu
Printed in South Carolina, USA.