It’s the start of 2012 and as far as these things go, this blog is ancient (born Nov 2006). I think it has been overdue to be put to bed for some time now. So this is it.
Thanks to everyone who visited and participated here over the years. It was a lot of fun.
I wanted to give an update that there are only about 30 or so copies left of Savage, Dixie, Slaughterville, so if you were thinking of getting one now’s a fine time. Email me directly to get a copy, or Dashwood Books and Printed Matter in NYC are carrying them if you prefer to buy one in person.
Schilling stuff like this isn’t my preferred schtick, but I would love to get the last stack of these out and into people’s homes, so send me an email and I’ll get you one.
As promised, here’s a slideshow of the entirety of this new book.
I’m excited about this new book, since it represents for me both a confluence of old ideas and also a growth into new ones, but beyond that I don’t know what to say about it in particular w/o betraying it, so I’ll leave the rest up to you. A slideshow of all the images will be up on my portfolio site and here when it’s done in the next week or so, in the meantime a few pics. Finally, there are only 100 copies of this, so let me know if you want one.
Title: Savage, Dixie, Slaughterville
Edition Size: 100, signed and numbered
Page count: 78
Printing: Digital printing on 60lb Natural Exact Opaque stock
Shipped in a clear plastic protective sleeve
Price $20 + shipping
(email email@example.com to order)
UPDATE: Printed Matter and Dashwood Books will also be carrying a select number of copies of this book if you prefer to purchase it in person.
I don’t really show this sort of candid street stuff much anymore. I still shoot it, but only for myself – it’ll maybe get a shitty contact sheet scan and then stuffed in a box. The other night I flipped through some of the contacts from this summer and cropped out ones I thought were cool.