Swill Children

2010

Peter Sutherland — Work(ed)


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SCP024

Edition of 193

Publication: 7.75"x5"

Zine: 5"x3.8" (collage zine)

Poster: 11"x17"

Three color Risograph, Laser Jet on mixed paper stock (publication) / Risograph-on-appropriated-newspaper poster (unique)

First 50 include a Magic Grip jar opener (also removes lint from your clothing)


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Work(ed) online

Print Series


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A growing print series of Risograph editions in an edition of 25.

Each print utilizes different paper stocks and paper techniques.


$15 each — Purchase


In order:


1–3: Sumi Ink Club

1/1/11

Print 1: 11x17"

Print 2: 8.5x14"

Risograph on 67lb Cover stock

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4: Brion Nuda Rosch

Bottle Rack As Tree Of Life

11x17"

Risograph on 80lb Cover stock

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5: Felicia Atkinson

I Went Through

11x14"

Risograph on Tracing Paper

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6: Sebastian Mlynarski

11x17"

Two color Risograph on 80lb Cover stock

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7: Alec Dartley

11x17"

Two color Risograph on 80lb Cover stock

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All prints variate in size.

James Yeh — 9.16.10


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SCP019

Edition of 130

8.5x11"

24 pages

Two color Risograph on mixed stock


$8 — Purchase


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Is realizing something the same thing as acting on that realization? “9/16/10” is a darkly funny and semi-autobiographical story about a day, a month, and those certain times in our lives, when we must decide whether to change or whether to remain riding in “the middle seat of a three-seat moving truck."


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"Spit out in tense, hypnotic prose, James Yeh's Taiwanese-American kaddish can be read in the time it takes you to brush your teeth, but I'm going to bet you don't forget its sadness or its post-Brooklyn dread for a long, long time."

-Ed Park, author of Personal Days/founding editor of The Believer


"Yeh’s quiet meditation on death will sneak in and throw up a window in your soul with its intensity."

-Deb Olin Unferth, author of Vacation and Minor Robberies

Diwa Tamrong — Somebody Else's Problem 3


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SCP018

Edition of 30

Box dimensions: 8.5x5.25x1.75"

Contents: Variable sizes / mixed media


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Somebody Else’s Problem (SEP) is an ongoing series that explores the different ways an artist can lose control of their own work. Every new part to the series uses means of destruction, re-contextualization, collaboration and attempts of preservation in order to further investigate this notion. The work continues to grow with each version, but the artist’s control over the work dwindles as it falls into the hands of other people, disseminating through the internet and everything in between.


This iteration of the project includes international collaborations with artists Alana Celii, Ellie Rose, Leah Goren, Lizzie Jones, Nick Chrastil, Vincent Passerat

Julian Duron — The Thoughtful American


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SCP017

Edition of 150

8.5x11"

24 pages

Three color Risograph on mixed paper stock


$12 — Purchase


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Released in conjunction with an accompanying website, The Thoughtful American is a printed catalogue containing Julian's studio art including images of paintings, installation work, photographs and a variety of written excerpts from his online archive of internet-based material. The final product flaunts bi-color compositions printed and edited by Jesse Hlebo.

Like a guide for A.D.D. dummies, the publication includes dry humored texts that give the reader insght into the artist's work

_ Quarterly Issue's 5/6: Aural Marks


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SCP015

Edition of 500

9x12" envelope, 8.5x11" booklet and insert, four 22.5x15.5" posters

32 pages

Booklet: Two color Risograph on 60 and 70lb paper, spot-color offset posters on 30lb newsprint


$22 — Purchase


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Both issues come together inside of an envelope and are collectively titled Aural Marks.


Issue 5 features writing regarding musical notation from Jason Diamond, Lewis Kopenhafer, Justin Sloane, and Jesse Hlebo. As well as a mixture of appropriated imagery culled from NY and LA's public library's.


Musical notation’s contribution of a physical aspect to ‘sound’, served as the series’ starting point. Applying this notational structure to a three dimensional space, in this case the empty galleries of the EFA Project Space, created a removal and, once printed and presented as an entire series, a return to the structure from which they were derived from. As an attempt at a further removal, all the images were printed in one of the four colors required to make a full color offset print, the notion being that, when seen together, the four make a conceptually full color print. When all four pieces exist in the gallery space, the composition is at its most harmonious.


Issue 6 is a four print series collaboration with NYC based publication Showpaper and features newly commissioned work from Grant Willing, Katja Mater, Arthur Ou, and Borden Capalino. Texts by Jesse Hlebo and Joe Ahearn.


_ Quarterly Issue 6 is a collaboration with Showpaper, a bi-weekly NYC area publication promoting all ages shows and artwork on the cover. The sixth issue of _ Quarterly exists as a series of four spot color prints in commemoration of Short-Term Deviation, a month long exhibition, small press library, series of events, and performances held at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in NYC from September 23rd-October 23rd, 2010.

Jesse Hlebo — This Gravel Can't Hold


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SCP014

Edition of 16 (signed)

6x8.75"

20 pages

One color Risograph cover/bag, full color laser jet


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David Del Pilar Potes — The Genesis


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SCP013

Edition of 100

7x8.5"

28 pages

Single color Risograph on 60lb paper


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YeahYeahYeahYeahYeah — The YEAH Manual


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SCP012

Edition of 1,000

B/W offset on 50lb newsprint


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The YEAH Manual is a multi-lingual guide to YeahYeahYeahYeahYeah, an internet project conceived by Tyler Healy that allows anyone with a cell phone camera the ability to upload their pictures anonymously and globally. What has resulted, is an environment that Mashable states is "blurry, funny, ugly, sad, voyeuristic, boring and even mystifying; altogether, the collection can be described as fascinating and bizarre, an exercise for the culture of curation amid a mobile world."

The publication, published through Brooklyn imprint Swill Children, provides interested parties with the information needed to utilize the site to its full potential.

Milano Chow & Jesse Hlebo — Nothing, More


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SCP011

Edition of 125

Five full color, digital offset postcards

5x6"

Screen printed box


$15 — Purchase


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An environment marked by confinement, consistent yet without repetition. The looming sense of pain and struggle is markedly apparent in all the portraits by Jesse Hlebo. With accompanying drawings by Milano Chow, Nothing, More is an edition that creates an experience of somberness and contemplation, though not without a present sense of the beautiful.

Chelsea Hodson — Beach Camp


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SCP010

Edition of 300

4.25x5.5"

24 pages

Two color Risograph on mixed paper


$10 — Purchase

Penelope Umbrico — Desk Trajectories (As Is)


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SCP009

Edition of 1,000

5.25x8.25"

B/W Offset on 38lb newsprint

Saddle-stitched


$7 — Purchase

Bryan Krueger & Jesse Hlebo — My Mind Can't Jump Around Like Yours


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SCP008

Edition of 75

5.5x8.5"

8 pages

Risograph on 60lb text


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Jesse Hlebo — Still, Life Part 1: The Aesthetics of Self-Destruction


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SCP007

Edition of 150

4.25x11"

16 pages

Risograph on 28lb paper


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_ Quarterly Issue 4: Sea


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SCP006

Edition of 1,000

22x33"

Full color offset on 50lb newsprint


$10 — Purchase


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The fourth issue of _ Quarterly revolves around the idea of the Sea.

Featuring the work of artists Ruth van Beek, Noel Boyt, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Mårten Lange, and David Schoerner, each of these artists presents works focusing around ideas of vastness, mystery, nostalgia, and nautical exploration.

Paired with classic literature, this issue compares and contrasts the many notions of the sea; ranging from literal interpretations to more abstract representations of the ideas surrounding large expanses of water.


This issue marks our first year of existence and has been masterfully guest edited by Grant Willing.

Sorrow | Jubilance Pt. 2: Nü Sensae / Okie Dokie


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SC004

Edition of 333 cyan colored vinyl

Risograph printed covers and bags


$7 — Purchase


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Nü Sensae's 'New Lies' is a journey into destruction and despair, reminiscent of the sounds a falling building. Andrea Lukic's piercing vocals and torn guitar accompany Daniel Pitout's harsh drumming style.

Okie Dokie's two tracks mark a move into a heavier direction for the Valencia based surf-hardcore three piece. The first track, 'Forcefeed', is a frustratingly chaotic two minutes while 'UV Dust' reference's an older-school punk structure mixed with an breakdown that references Jazz harmonies. Michael Ray-Von shrieks and presses play on the drum machine, Mikal Cronin shreds the bass, and Ryan McGuffin lays down heavy guitar riffs. Combined, the three are unstoppable.




W-H-I-T-E — SUNNA CD


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AGO024/SC005 Co-released with Aagoo Records

Edition of 500

Compact Disc


$7 — Purchase


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WhiteHorsesInTechnicolorEverywhere (W-H-I-T-E) presents its debut full length album SUNNA: a blend of eerie pop melodies, meteoric noises, and gravitational rhythms.


Artful pop melodies and experimental space sounds, not combined, but as one, in the vein of Panda Bear or Dan Deacon. It's like an expansive platform of sound falling from space and entering the stratosphere, where it burns and bends and twists and melts to reform as airy melodies and a beautiful voice, gravitational beat's and oceanic fluidity.

The result is an ethereal yet grounded album, something to listen to in both caverns and cars.


W-H-I-T-E is Cory Hanson, residing in Valencia, CA, has played with Mikal Cronin, Magic Mountain, Blackagar Boltagon, Hellomynameischad, and yes, DEER. Cory also recorded and produced OKIE DOKIE's s/t E.P.


SUNNA, will be released as a CD/Digital and as three 7" vinyl’s.