David J. Carol’s new book, NO PLAN B, is a retrospective of his uniquely humorous and often surreal personal work from the 1990s to the present.
The book is a culmination of images from David’s “road trips” from the Arctic Ocean to post-Soviet Russia, from the Mojave Desert to the streets of Istanbul. Consisting of 32 black and white photographs, with an afterward by renowned photojournalist Jason Eskenazi, NO PLAN B is available in two bindings; the “black” trade edition, and a “white” limited edition, which includes a gelatin silver print signed and numbered by the artist. NO PLAN B will be available for sale online on November 15, 2016.
Order the book here.
The book NO PLAN B coincides with a retrospective exhibition on view at the Leica Gallery Soho, New York from February 1 - March 31, 2017. An opening reception and book signing with the artist will be held February 16 from 6:00 - 9:00pm.
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.
1. Quirk Hotel decided I was the 1,000,000 member of their loyalty club, and left me a cake, a bottle of champagne, flowers, and...a copy of Gordon's book!!! Welcome to Richmond, Virginia.
2. I ate fried chicken for every meal except for the one where I ate fried pork.
3. Candela Gallery is an amazing space run by some pretty awesome people. Gordon Stettinius is not just a gallery owner, and book publisher, but he's also one of us - a photographer. He has a million great ideas, and is a really funny guy.
5. Eliott Dudik and Jared Ragland working really, really hard while we sat around.
6. Eliott Dudik's John Snow hair.
7. The real grownup at Candela is Ashby Nickerson. She is half my age, but for the moment has twice the white hair. By choice.
8. Seeing people light up from looking at Charth Vader prints warmed my cold and icy heart. Until now, I haven't shown him much, and I forgot how good it feels to watch people enjoy your work. Not sure I've shown anything that prompted such good feelings in people. It made me happy.
9. The Charth Vader book was acquired by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, where it will be added to their Special Collections. Thank you, Lee Viverette!!
Peanut Press is taking it's show on the road!
Our friend and colleague, Gordon Stettinius is hosting the Indie PhotoBook Showcase at his Candela Gallery in Richmond, Virginia. Six Charth Vader prints will be featured in the gallery, and we will be selling limited editions, and the last few trade editions of the (sold out!) Charth Vader book!!!
Read more about the event here.
Come on over and say hi!
We are beyond thrilled to announce that we will be publishing Victoria Will's first book. She is talented, brilliant, and the nicest person we have ever met with a Princeton education. The book will feature her fascinating and compelling tintypes of celebrities from the 2014 and 2015 Sundance Film Festival. To learn more about Victoria, visit her website.
Peanut Press is pleased to announce an addition to our 2016 lineup!! We will be publishing a book featuring the street photography of Richard Bram. Spanning in time from 2008, when he first moved to New York, to 2016, to the present day, this book looks back on his love for the energy and people of the city.
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.
Learn more about Richard at richardbramphoto.com
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.