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Publication Studio hosts the fifth annual Publication Fair at The Cleaners this Sunday, bringing together makers, purveyors and admirers of printed matter in all its shapes and sizes. 






Tantric paintings collected by French poet Franck Andre Jamme’s in Tantra Song — one of the many beautiful books available at Monograph Bookwerks in Portland, Oregon. They were part of the Publication Fair with Publication Studio at Ace Hotel Portland today — you’ll be hearing more about Monograph here in the near future.

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Tantric paintings collected by French poet Franck Andre Jamme’s in Tantra Song — one of the many beautiful books available at Monograph Bookwerks in Portland, Oregon. They were part of the Publication Fair with Publication Studio at Ace Hotel Portland today — you’ll be hearing more about Monograph here in the near future.


We at Atelier Ace have a new neighbor in Portland’s Chinatown — Table of Contents, the mercantile of our dreams and a close friend to our other neighbors and old friends Studio J, the brainchild of Janet and John Jay. We recently raised a glass to TOC’s grand opening and then waltzed around the corner for an afterparty and feast at Studio J, with decorations by Janet and Hazel Cox and a lot of good friends in attendance. The very talented Johnny Le took photos.
Table of Contents just launched a new web shop, and they’re celebrating with a quick winter sale through Saturday. They’re also on the impressive roster of booksellers and presses at this weekend’s Publication Fair hosted by Publication Studio in The Cleaners at Ace Hotel Portland. Now is the time to indulge thyself with handsome books, objects and sweaters…

We at Atelier Ace have a new neighbor in Portland’s Chinatown — Table of Contents, the mercantile of our dreams and a close friend to our other neighbors and old friends Studio J, the brainchild of Janet and John Jay. We recently raised a glass to TOC’s grand opening and then waltzed around the corner for an afterparty and feast at Studio J, with decorations by Janet and Hazel Cox and a lot of good friends in attendance. The very talented Johnny Le took photos.

Table of Contents just launched a new web shop, and they’re celebrating with a quick winter sale through Saturday. They’re also on the impressive roster of booksellers and presses at this weekend’s Publication Fair hosted by Publication Studio in The Cleaners at Ace Hotel Portland. Now is the time to indulge thyself with handsome books, objects and sweaters…

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An afternoon shot from Publication Studio in Portland, maker of special, constructed-one-at-a-time-by-hand books sold all over the world. They’re throwing a collaborative event on July 2 at the Brooklyn Grange Farm, a zero chemical input commercial urban farm located on a New York City rooftop. Friends of Publication Studio have been hard at work designing and constructing a very large dining table in the middle of the farm and under the open sky. Tickets are limited so save yourself a deep and insurmountable regret by buying yours as soon as possible — the first 15 tickets sold include a walking tour of disappeared NYC bookstores, and all tickets include an incredible dinner and a copy of P.S. co-founder and Guggenheim Fellow Matthew Stadler’s novel Chloe Jarren’s La Cucaracha.
The walking bookstore tour covers those with personal import to the author followed by a six-course dinner by Benjamin Walmer of Highlands Dinner Club. Toasts, reading and conversation with the author and the chef, whose work explores and exploits transdisciplinary design opportunities within architecture, food systems and social innovation.

An afternoon shot from Publication Studio in Portland, maker of special, constructed-one-at-a-time-by-hand books sold all over the world. They’re throwing a collaborative event on July 2 at the Brooklyn Grange Farm, a zero chemical input commercial urban farm located on a New York City rooftop. Friends of Publication Studio have been hard at work designing and constructing a very large dining table in the middle of the farm and under the open sky. Tickets are limited so save yourself a deep and insurmountable regret by buying yours as soon as possible — the first 15 tickets sold include a walking tour of disappeared NYC bookstores, and all tickets include an incredible dinner and a copy of P.S. co-founder and Guggenheim Fellow Matthew Stadler’s novel Chloe Jarren’s La Cucaracha.

The walking bookstore tour covers those with personal import to the author followed by a six-course dinner by Benjamin Walmer of Highlands Dinner Club. Toasts, reading and conversation with the author and the chef, whose work explores and exploits transdisciplinary design opportunities within architecture, food systems and social innovation.


Publication Studio — maker and destroyer of books — will be in New York on Thursday evening, April 28, for a free public event, announcing their Spring Line 2011. You should go make friends of them — they are smart and winsome people, and they mix strong drinks and make even stronger books, both in content and form.
Meet at Heathers at 506 East 13th Street, New York, between 7 and 9pm. Authors (or their surrogates) walk the Spring Line runway at 7:30pm. There’ll be music by DJDK and beautiful books available for sale throughout.
The PS crew includes Matthew Stadler, Patricia No and David Knowles and they are joined by artists and authors Matt Keegan, Christine Shan Shan Hou, Lawrence Rinder, Colter Jacobsen, Ruby Sky Stiler, Dodie Bellamy, Carl Skoggard, Carter, Ari Marcopoulos, John Motley, Stacy Doris, Luisa Valenzuela, Joseph Redwood-Martinez and Collassus.


Images from a book by Adrienne Yancey with Publication Studio

Publication Studio — maker and destroyer of books — will be in New York on Thursday evening, April 28, for a free public event, announcing their Spring Line 2011. You should go make friends of them — they are smart and winsome people, and they mix strong drinks and make even stronger books, both in content and form.

Meet at Heathers at 506 East 13th Street, New York, between 7 and 9pm. Authors (or their surrogates) walk the Spring Line runway at 7:30pm. There’ll be music by DJDK and beautiful books available for sale throughout.

The PS crew includes Matthew Stadler, Patricia No and David Knowles and they are joined by artists and authors Matt Keegan, Christine Shan Shan Hou, Lawrence Rinder, Colter Jacobsen, Ruby Sky Stiler, Dodie Bellamy, Carl Skoggard, Carter, Ari Marcopoulos, John Motley, Stacy Doris, Luisa Valenzuela, Joseph Redwood-Martinez and Collassus.



Images from a book by Adrienne Yancey with Publication Studio


The Dill Pickle Club

We like The Dill Pickle Club. They care about place and history and the creative and self-motivated people who make culture, independently and without promise of financial return or great acclaim. Through tours and public presentations in Portland, one of our favorite cities, they create non-traditional avenues for learning “where all forms of knowledge are valued.”

Tonight at The Cleaners at Ace Hotel Portland, they’re holding a fundraiser by challenging several local chefs to create the perfect pickle. The benefit marks the beginning of an exciting year wherein The DPC works with Publication Studio to re-release four out-of-print books about Portland — art, oral history, architecture, and local culture — that will accompany a year-long, roving lecture series at symbolic locations around the city.

The books — low-budget, immeasurably important documents of local eras — reflect the fabric of Portland’s weird, rebellious, vibrant and radically earnest culture. Here are some selected pages from Twenty Seven Installations and Rubbings From the Rose City. Keep an eye out on their site for more about the books, the lectures, and other ways you can pick up what they’re throwing down.


From the Second Annual Publication Fair we hosted with Publication Studio at Ace Hotel Portland earlier this month.

Photo by Kate Bing Burt

From the Second Annual Publication Fair we hosted with Publication Studio at Ace Hotel Portland earlier this month.



Photo by Kate Bing Burt


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