Aidan Koch, Amalia Ulman, Angie Wang, Ben Mendelewicz, Blaise Larmee, Brenna Murphy, CF, Cody Cobb, Daniel Swan, Dmitry Sergeev, Gabriel Corbera, GHXYK2, Hugh Frost, Jacob Ciocci, James Jarvis, Joseph Kelly, Jonas Delaborde, Jonathan Chandler, Jonny Negron, Julien Ceccald, Karn Piana, Kilian Eng, Lala Albert, Lando, Leon Sadler, Matthew Lock, Noel Freibert, Olivier Schrauwen, Robert Beatty, Sam Alden, Sammy Harkham, Stefan Sadler, Viktor Hachmang & Yuichi Yokoyama.
Further images here.
Will Sweeney, Shary Boyle, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Viktor Hachmang, Karn Piana, Susumu Mukai, Travess Smalley, Raphael Garnier, Jonny Negron, Marijpol, Samara Scott, Sister Arrow, Tom Sewell, Rui Tenreiro, Will Simpson, Hugh Frost, Leon Sadler, Singeon Waters, Tristram Lansdowne, Blaise Larmee, Christopher Norris, Stefan Sadler & Panayiotis Terzis.
Further images here.
Jonathan Chandler, Massimiliano Bomba, Daniel Brereton, Matthew Thurber, C.F., Brenna Murphy, Colin Henderson, Matthew Lock, Jason Traeger, Drew Beckmeyer, Stephane Prigent, Kitty Clark, Lando, Aidan Koch & Leon Sadler.
Further images here.
Moonlit midnight. Postmodern penthouse.
“There, he waited until the waitress had arranged all the little separate plates on our table like the unintelligible components of some discontinued board game before he told me that David was a pirate who wanted to build a submarine.”
The perfect accessory for any day trip, lined for extra durability and each individually sewn at Landfill Editions. 1st edition of 20 with navy lining.
Incredible silkscreen poster created by Viktor Hachmang for the first edition of the Landfill Library at Wilton’s Cafe. Inspired by 60′s Japanese Psychedelia, African / Dutch fabrics and featuring a reinterpretation of spread from Raphael Garnier’s CUCU book. Printed by Loligo silkscreen studio in gold, fluorescent red / orange and midnight blue.
Produced for LOTS OF PICTURES LOTS OF FUN, Pick Me Up 2010 at Somerset House.
Landfill Editions is extremely excited to announce the release of our first musical project. New Mythologies, the latest album by Glaciers (Nicolas Burrows) takes the form of an enamel badge in a first edition of 100 and a digital download featuring 10 perfect breezy pop folk jams.
Videos on the Landfill Vimeo channel here
Large scale dense pencil works bringing together a wide range of influences from horror manga to gothic typography.
Choking polka dots; jerking off abstract mouths; tiny bat burglars; black orgies; cannibal cold cuts; haunted blow jobs; blooming skulls; gag bags; ghosts looking for affection; birthed wigs in romance; humid drinking holes; groping meat floats; forced lunches; creamy women eyeballing your sex; snapped necks; nappy dugouts; confused cruising enthusiasms; slippery caves; frankenstein drapery; funerals at diving board’s end; pubic reapers; heel eaters; anal eyeballs; wet faces meeting wizard sleeves & beautiful summers eclipsed by tragedy.
Published to accompany the debut UK Steak Mtn. / Christopher Norris solo show – “Get Ready, Jungle Heat” at BEACH Gallery
Hand dyed and printed tea towel / wall hanging in yellow / pink / natural or yellow / natural.
Bienvenue à la république de Trance!
Their love was hard… but the city was even harder.
TWO MEN TO LOVE
ONE FATHER WATCHING IT ALL SLIP AWAY
(The surviving pieces of a doomed masterpiece left to us by two forgotten luminaries of the golden age of international T.V. drama.)
Some Approaching End is Jaakko Pallasvuo’s second comic book and his debut in English. The story follows two young adults, driven by romantic ideals, on a quest to become less confused. Their encounters with the supernatural both complicate things and drive them along. Irreversible transformations lie ahead. The dense, pencil-drawn panels are beautifully reproduced in a saturated riso-blue.
From crystal caves and ancient rituals to transistors and terrorists, CRYSTALS lurk everywhere – even outer space. Find out what makes a crystal grow, why they were worshiped and where to find the world’s largest specimens in this illustrated guide.
All About: Science is a new series from Landfill Editions and super/collider, exploring the myriad worlds of science through the eyes of contemporary image makers.
Words – Chris Hatherill
Illustration – Nicholas Burrows & William Edmonds
Design – Hugh Frost
The band have secured their debut show at the most prestigious venue in town, but will they remember the words to their only track – The Naughty Hen Song?
The second book in the Landfill short fiction series from American author Bill Cotter.
Cover & layout by Hugh Frost
Published to mark Raphael’s first solo exhibition in Paris at Galerie Surprise in 2010.
A spread from this book was later featured in the Landfill Library poster by Viktor Hachmang.
I am Angelo, I like food. I am a chef and a collector. So are U. I collect a lot of useful and useless things. Like broken plastic fragments and books. My Suegro Abo can make any dish out of nothing, and my mother has always made food from scratch. I try to combine these two, and make good food based on what I got available.
In this little book I’ve collected the recipes from some of the good people I know. I’ve invited myself home to them for dinner and learned many good things, like that a Micro-wave is actually a big lasergun and is not suited for cooking at all. That ingredients should be made in a pot with the same color as the ingredient itself. That food makes us happy, and gives us energy. That eating homemade food, together with people you like is really fun. You can also eat by yourself, with a good book or just watch out of the window.
This is a selection of dishes for everybody. This book does not try to cover the whole world of food, but is more like fragments from the universes, collections and minds. From good simple Soup to Fantastic Lemon Curd Pie.
So dig it – eat it and enjoy it!
Øivin Horvei– 2011
A zinescape narrative interpreted from a myriad of recorded dreams.
A group project proposing a speculative replacement for the relocated Rosalind and Arthur Gilbert collection at Somerset House.
Drawn and printed during Pick Me Up 2010.
Welcome friends to a World of Magick!
This book contains 70+ drawings made over the course of a year and which formed part of Adam’s first solo show at Analogue Books In Edinburgh.
The works invoke a wide variety of Forest Folke, Dandy Demons, and Christmas Characters, Haunted Hippy Communes come and go and Woodland Wanderers wander about in a jovial fashion.
Each copy of the book ordered directly from Landfill includes an A5 2 colour Risograph mini print.
Puddle is a pessimistic story about boredom, escapism and cat vomit.
Typically stunning draftsmanship, composition and colour from Viktor Hachmang printed on a luxurious 100% silk scarf, channeling the spirit of Moebius via ancient Chinese Emperor portraits and Japanese courtesan fashions.