torstai 30. syyskuuta 2010

WMD fanzine

The international post-graffiti collective WMD's fanzine (in size A3!) shows the best of the exhibition: Drawings, photos and paintings by more than 20 artists around the world including Honet, Petro, Egs etc. 48 pages in b/w

perjantai 24. syyskuuta 2010

War of Words

War of Words available at Napa Gallery & Shop from September 29th!

perjantai 17. syyskuuta 2010

Jonas Delaborde: Ffor #7

Jonas Delaborde is a french artist (Paris, 1981) working regularly in Paris and Lyon with his fellow Hendrik Hegray (they edit the nasty & absurd Nazi Knife zine together), Kerozen and Mehdi Hercberg (Shoboshobo) or with the drawing collective Frederic Magazine.
(Published by Nieves)

torstai 9. syyskuuta 2010

Ingo Giezendanner: Baku & Back

Baku & Back
Ingo Giezendanner (Zurich, Switzerland)

"This summer, inspired by a cultural exchange program with the Caucasus, I travelled by land from Zurich to Baku and back. My objective was to document the journey with pen on paper. Though the culture exchange eventually did fail, the experience was intoxicating to my pen and I. The drawings capture the gradual change of scenes from Switzerland through the former Yugoslavian states, Bulgaria, Turkey and Georgia before finally arriving in Azerbaijan (to travel back again just see the book backwards). This is my statement to go out, see the world and avoid airplanes. Take your time and enjoy the view on your train ride."

Ingo Giezendanner alias GRRRR, December '09

Since 1998 Ingo Giezendanner documents his surroundings with pen on paper. He produces zines, murals, books, exhibitions, video clips and maintains a website ( to create his own world.

tiistai 7. syyskuuta 2010

maanantai 6. syyskuuta 2010

Here and There 9

The theme of the ninth issue of Here and There is HER LIFE. It deals with the various factors that make up the many waves in a woman’s life, such as working, becoming pregnant, giving birth. The colorful stories told by Elein Fleiss, Laetitia Bena, Yurie Nagashima, Miranda July, Midori Araki and Aiko Yamada, reflect each of their lives.

Nakako Hayashi writes: “There are various lives, various moments and various emotions. I wish to capture the ripples of emotion in our daily lives as seeds, right before they turn into fluff and float away. I wish to keep observing what grows from there. I guess this may be what I want to do with Here and There.”

SANPO is a Japanese word meaning walking around without purpose. The second feature SANPO includes writing by two Japanese artists; Kanehito Koganezawa and Shimabuku.