2HRSNorth > Assemble Papers
2hrs north is a collaborative project, which has asked Newcastle based photographers to capture all the individual and diverse suburbs making up the city. Each suburb is then printed within a 32 page photo book, forming a 12 book set documenting our city in its entirety.
5 Press is a collective of five Melbourne based artists brought together by an appreciation of handmade books and prints. The aim of the collective is to investigate these mediums, exploring the intimate experience of interacting with handmade objects.
Alphabet City Press
Alphabet City Press is Avril Makula, an award-winning book designer, bookbinder, and book artist. Alphabet City Press makes one-off and editioned artists books. All the books are hand-made, and explore ideas through typography, the alphabet, numbers, colour and design.
Joy of Txt began life on a battered Nokia 3310 in London in 2002 and has been recharged for VOLUME 2015. Anthony's work explores the impact mobile phones have had on our daily lives and the way we communicate. His previous zine 'Nervous System' was featured in the Thames & Hudson book Fanzines (Teal Triggs, 2010).
Apropos.Provisional is a curated artist-run initiative dedicated to the exhibition and trade of local contemporary art and excellence in publishing. The reading room and gallery are now open at Apropos.Provisional in Perth.
Archer Magazine is an independent journal of sexual diversity, started in Melbourne in 2013. The print edition is published twice-yearly, and takes a snapshot of Australia's and the world's attitudes to sexuality, gender and identity at the time of publication.
Art Paper Editions
ARTAND collaborates with artists on limited edition objects and books. We are not-for-profit and are committed to promoting contemporary practices, education, and supporting cross-disciplinary creative projects.
Artist Collective is a group of contemporary artists with diverse insight into the concept and practice of Sydney's emerging artists. Here they present a series of self published titles, made independently and collaboratively, conveying ideals in sincerity and the belief that from process comes concept.
Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive
The Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive (APPA), is a not-for-profit physical archive of self-published and independent photobooks established to promote the production, dissemination and discussion of photobooks from the Asia-Pacific region.
The APPA provides a ‘real’ way to see photobooks with a permanent space in Melbourne open to the public, and a program of events at photography festivals, and institutions all over the world. Since 2013 the Archive has held events in Melbourne, Sydney, Tokyo, Cambodia, Malaysia, Dublin, New York, Washington DC and San Francisco.
We are a young, online and biannual print publication with an old soul, exploring the culture of living closer together and small footprint life. We cover art, design, architecture, urbanism, the environment, and financial affairs.