We are very excited to be both a vendor and a presenter at the 2014 Vancouver Art Book Fair, which will be held October 4 & 5 at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Free and open to the public, VA/BF is the only international art book fair in Canada and one of only two on the West Coast. Nearly one hundred local, national and international publishers will be presenting their work, and there are full days of programming, performances, and installations. We’d love to see you there!
Scion AV has posted up an overview of the design objects and products we created for “Long Play,” our show at their pop-up shop/retail space on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. We had the chance to work on a scale we’d only dreamed of before, crafting the steel side-tables above as well as an array of other products, including clocks, skateboards, and pillows.
Visitors to 7667 Melrose Ave will have the chance to page through all our Draw Down publications as well, all priced to sell. Plus there are free goodies– a typographic poster and an exhibition catalog!
Hit the space up through April 17!
Scion AV Installation
7667 Melrose Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Nothing Major has a really nice write-up about our pop-up shop at the Scion AV space.
Scion AV Installations recently set up a really cool gallery and shop space on Melrose Avenue in LA. Featuring artwork and products designed by a rotating roster of artists (French was first, and SSUR currently has a show up), the space also carries goods produced by artists who’ve worked with Scion AV Installations in the past as well as a curated selection of items handpicked by Scion.
We were super excited to contribute a number of products to the store, including tote bags from Part of It, some of our bookends, as well as a tote and two small books we’ve created for our newest endeavor, Draw Down Books. The photo above of the shop space has a number of these items on display, including Luck (a photo book by Isaac McKay-Randozzi published by Draw Down), our 16 pp. tote bag (celebrate small press publications!), and a Make Art Now! tote bag by the awesome UPSO, the great brain behind the ultimate art zine, Faesthetic.
If you’re in LA, check it out!