Black Rat Projects have announced the opening of London’s most unusual bookshop on 2nd December 2009, in what was formerly Black Rat Press Gallery.
The pop-up antiquarian bookshop is also rumoured to be haunted and is built inside the railway arch gallery. The bookshop will be filled with an unusual selection of books from major and independent book publishers. A large selection of second hand books and artist made fanzines, counter cultural manuals and films will be available. Artwork by Swoon, Grayson Perry, Giles Walker, Matt Small and Lucas Price will also be on display.
Reports have already been received of eerie incidents and strange happenings, with books magically flying off shelves, and lights switching themselves on and off. Halloween may have been and gone but the real ghosts and ghouls work all year round. In addition to this they will be releasing a new edition by Brian Douglas (ELBOW-TOE).
Black Dog Books | Thru Cargo Garden | 83 Rivington St | London
ELBOW TOE has just released details of the the Edition that will be available at the opening of Black Dog Books later tonight (2nd December 2009).
Some of you may have seen the stunning 'Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?' image earlier this year on the streets of East London. Now is your chance to own a copy of this image which will be an edition of just 50. Hand-pulled silkscreen on 250 grams Stonehenge Natural White moulde-made paper and 21 x 31 5/8 inches in size. Get there early!!
Click the image to see all the glorious details in a larger version of the print.
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