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Greatest Hits - by Spaghetti Club - £15
AESTHETIX Edition - by Tyrone Williams - £25
AESTHETIX - by Tyrone Williams - £20
Memory Card - by Sam Bailey - £12
Acts of Natural Magik - by Todd Snap - £15
SEGAMEISTER - by Ja Bæblade - £30
Relatives - by Antoine Orand - £8
Verk Edition - by Íris Erlings - £15
Verk - by Íris Erlings - Sold Out
Forever - by Luke Overin - £25
Heritage - by Luke Overin - Sold Out
Car Park Shopper - by Luke Overin - £10
Poisonous Berries - by Sasha Kurmaz - £8
Dark Sand - by Alain Vonck - £10
Spectrum Test - by Panayiotis Terzis - Sold Out
MANIC SHOOTER - by Peuple Caché - £12
Really Busy - by Holly Rae Jones - Sold Out
WUBU2 - by Ja Bæblade - Sold Out
Jugs & Mugs - by Michael Swaney - Sold Out
Light Levels - by Antonia Pinter - Sold Out
Elsewhere - by Albert Elm - Sold Out
Drawing Now - by Nikholis Planck - Sold Out
Hello, My Name is Mark Rothko - by Thomas Murphy - Sold Out
Love is in the Flowers - by Em Rooney - Sold Out
Fruit Salad - by Various Artists - Sold Out
RnB Edits - by Josh Baines - Sold Out
Open Sea - by Antoine Orand - Sold Out
Sculptures - by Linus Bill & Adrien Horni - Sold Out
One Sixty Seven - by Tine Bek, Albert Elm, Nick Lynch, Cecilie Rasmussen - Sold Out
War News - by Cali & Jenna Thornhill DeWitt - Sold Out

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AESTHETIX - by Tyrone Williams - £20
AESTHETIX is a new experimental body of work from Northampton-based photographer Tyrone Williams. 
This book is a maximalist exploration of the photographic image. Texture, light and colour are emphasised to become as equal of importance as the subject. In re-distributing these values, the images are pushed closer towards abstraction and take on a hallucinatory quality.

Cover design by Sonja Camara
Book design by Ja Bæblade
Memory Card - by Sam Bailey - £12
New experimental work from Sam Bailey that, at times, drags 3D sculpture into two dimensions; or adds body to flat image by intentionally offsetting the different print layers. This multi-dimensional approach is informed by PS1 graphics and bootlegged toys.