Dec 17, 2014

Fiebre Fotolibro 2014 (Photos)

Our desk on Fiebre Fotolibro. On the corner, next to the window with a strange view but really cool untill it started to rain.

Laia Sabaté and Estela Sanchis looking our stuff.

No saquen las flores and Those days, top zines of the fair!

Mexican food was all we can eat. Good!

People talking about the zines... we did this twice... ouch.

Thats all. Thanks everybody for the great time! Hope see you all soon!

Nov 30, 2014

F I E B R E 2014: photobook fair in Madrid

Last fair of the year! That’s what is going to be FIEBRE, in Madrid the saturday 13th of November. The BLANK PAPER photography school photography is going to be the space where all is going to happen. Write down you time: from 11.30 to 23:00 and then… some party until… who knows!.


We are not going to be alone, more than 30 authors are going to be there showing their work, and 13 publishers are going to show their photobooks. Beside us, Ca l’Isidret Edicions, Cabeza de Chorlito, Caravanbook, Dalpine, Ediciones Anómalas, Editorial RM, Fuego Books, Ivorypress, Mestizo, PHREE, Pierre von Kleist and Riot Books. Other independent photographers are going to come on their own. Check the website and come to see us!


Nov 20, 2014

Vietnam's reunification express


News, News! Some of you have seen the website with lot’s of new stuff. Vietnam’s Reunification Express is the first photozine we publish from the low cost photo-traveler Isma Monfort Vialcanet.


Born in Barcelona, and full time photographer and traveler. He has been always working in the audiovisuals sector, but now, he is enjoying traveling and explaining the experiences on the blog.


Nov 15, 2014

Fanzinant

Eneka Fernández and Sara Fernández where working together during five years, and all this time they discovered the passion of self-publishing, photography and fanzines.


Now, with all this experience during all this years, they created Fanzinant, a way to show their love for this world. They don’t only show the extensive collection they own (in a nice and clean website), they also write about them, they talk about some interesting fairs focused in self-publishing and cities where you can find nice shops to buy and have a look at this kind of stuff we love.

Photo from the website / Photobook fair in Buenos Aires, August 2014

They have a Facebook fanpage, a like to their page could be something nice to do, no?

Nov 9, 2014

FLIA 2014: brief description.

The last October was eventful. The same weekend we were at the Vancouver Art/Book Fair, we were also at the second edition of FLIA. (See pictures of the last year here.)

The desk. With a flag from Slovakia as a tablecloth.

It was a very warm day, but thanks to the good faith of the girls from Lindero Libros (Noe Lavado and Helena Rovira) we could manage to fit under a sunshade. On the other side of the table we were nicely accompanied by Ignacio Navas, who was selling his last photozine «Yolanda». An amazing publication.

The girls that handdle Lindero Libros.

Overall, considering all the publishers who came and the people who attended the event, we think it’s right to think that FLIA has already become one of the major fairs to consider in the world of self-publishing.

(On the right) Irkus, the ambassador of Fatbottom.

(with a cup of coffee) Edu, from Adolfo Press.

Tropèl and his "tunning carriage".

And yes, there was some cool street music too. Thanks to all who made it possible.

Nov 5, 2014

Internet Romance 2

Last month we launched four fanzines, we didn't upload them all. Here is one of them, the second webcam-photo-collage zine curated by Sergi Serra, a great artist from Barcelona. You can but the zine here.





Oct 23, 2014

Crosta Brava

Crosta Brava is the name of the last photozine from Carles Palacio, a photographer from Girona we already work with in two previous zines: Capitalismo Barbarie and Agno3.


This work, relates to a summary of a previous long (and on-going) work of "shoots of the territory" with different atmospheres, climates and geographies. This one, specifically focused on Costa Brava, the north coast of Catalonia, a beautifull and also damaged coast, with two important natural parks: Cap de Creus and Illes Medes.


You will also notice another natural environment, located a little far from the coast but still in the same line of sight as the other images: the lake of banyoles.


The title is a pun. “Crosta” (Crust) and “Costa” (Coast) have practically the same pronunciation in catalan, but crosta sounds more forceful, unromantic and, sometimes, even rude. Brave Crust.