FEATURED TITLE: BEYOND THE DARK VEIL
Post-Mortem and Mourning Photography from the Thanatos Archive
A compilation of more than 190 extraordinary and haunting photographs and related ephemera. “Beyond the Dark Veil” documents the practice of death and mourning photography in the Victorian Era and early twentieth century.
The Last Gasp Krampus Collection
In the early Christmas traditions of Europe, the Krampus was St. Nikolaus’ dark servant —a hairy, horned, supernatural beast whose pointed ears and long, slithering tongue gave misbehavers the creeps!
NOW SHIPPING: HI-FRUCTOSE COLLECTED EDITION VOLUME 1
Long sought after, the original issues of Hi-Fructose art magazine are now collected in paperback!
A deluxe reprint of a "Best-of-Hi-Fructose" from their earliest issues.
Neverlasting Miracles - the art of todd schorr
Neverlasting Miracles is an exquisite career retrospective, presenting the best works of artist Todd Schorr.
One of the leading figures in the world of contemporary surrealism, Schorr has continually and systematically set the bar ever higher in his quest to bring classic old master painting technique to his pop-culture-infused subject matter.
This hefty volume collects over 30 years of Todd Schorr’s paintings with stunning reproductions, including many close-up details of his large and intricate pieces.
HI-FRUCTOSE COLLECTED EDITION Box Set Volume 4
A stunning new Hi-Fructose box set, packed with wondrous artifacts of arcane beauty!
This limited edition features prints, extras, and compiles material from issues 13-16 of the best-selling magazine.
Who Killed Hunter S. Thompson? Edited & with a humongous introduction (a Book in itself!) by warren hinckle and with candid memoirs and appreciations by many of Hunter Thompson's closest friends and co-conspirators
Thompson's compatriots observe and comment on the legendary journalist's life and death.
Contains: transcripts of his rants and idiosyncratic phone messages, The Gonzo Master's Midnight Faxes, The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved, and a humongous introduction (a book in itself!) by Warren Hinckle III.