Peanut Press is happy to announce that we will be taking pre-orders for Richard Bram New York, and Rammy Narula's Platform 10.
Richard is a member of iN-PUBLiC, a street photography collective, and has led workshops around the world. His work is featured in collections such as the Museum of the City of New York, the Museum of London, and Bibliotheque National de France, Paris.
Featuring a foreword by Stephen McLaren, the book will be offered in three editions,
Red Edition - An edition of 890 hardbound books, bound in red and foil stamped
Blue Edition - A limited edition of 100 signed and numbered books bound in blue, and accompanied by a print
White Edition - A limited edition of 10 numbered and signed books bound in white, and accompanied by a portfolio of 10 prints in a handmade presentation box.
Orders for Bram's book will ship in early September.
Rammy Narula is a Bangkok-based photographer with a deep passion for travelling and exploring the streets. His work covers personal projects, portraits, and photography resulting from countless hours roaming the streets of the cities he visits. His most recent work, Platform 10, a project that was shot on a single platform at the Hua Lamphong Train Station in Bangkok.
Platform 10 is offered in two editions, with a foreword written by Melissa Breyer:
Trade Edition - An edition of 650 hardbound books, bound in navy and foil stamped
Limited Edition - A limited edition of 100 signed and numbered books, accompanied by a print of the cover image, "Smoking Man"
The book will be shipped in early September.
It's 2016, and Peanut Press is happy to announce our first two titles for this year:
Robert Larson's Summer of our Lives
Raised in Los Angeles, California; Robert Larson began working as a small town newspaper photographer in 2007 while learning his craft and thinking about a future as a documentary photographer. In subsequent years, he traveled the world, volunteering abroad with non-profit organizations such as Mercy Ships, The Red Cross and J/P HRO. It wasn’t until after documenting the death of his grandfather in 2009, that he decided to focus on personal photographic essays and story telling – rather than single images. Robert is represented by Getty Images; his work has been featured in The New York Times, Photo District News, Los Angeles Times and Lenscratch.com.
Rammy Narula's Platform 10
Rammy Narula's journey in photography came when he was handed a camera and told to go take some pictures to clear his head. Very quickly walking the streets of Bangkok with it became an obsession that never relented.
Learn more about Rammy and this project in his recent interview with Wired Magazine.