Our new book "Carl Otto Czeschka" is live! On this one, I really hope that we hit our stretch goal- because then we can print it in hardcover.
I love how easy and quick the printing on the small paperbacks is, it's a way for me to get the artworks into an accessible format in a timely manner. I'd love to have that same speed with an increase in tactile, sensual quality.
I had a conversation with a printer recently who could take these smaller books up a notch for a very reasonable price: we can make them a little bit larger, and in hardcover, and it would be a nice middle ground between the massive/expensive books that we publish and the smaller/affordable ones.
If this goes well, that's a format I'll pursue: a series of artist monographs, obscure 1890-1910 illustrators whose work isn't available anywhere else. My library is full of SO many and I'd love to see them have a foot in the door of the 21st century.
Here's the link to check out the new campaign: http://url.ie/12c84
The greatest challenge with any of these is getting the word out, so if you know of anyone who would like this book please share it- and social media or traditional media sharing is also very appreciated!
Thank you so much for your continued support and interest, I hope you love this obscure early 20th century artist as much as I do!