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Terranova (18 titles)
 

Barcelone
Terranova is a small publishing house from Barcelona directed by Luis Cerveró and supervised by designer and art director Ana Domínguez. Terranova was born to meet two needs: confronting contemporary cultural virtuality by producing physical and tangible objects, and giving voice to a group of new artists whose generation is being silenced or removed from the mainstream by the capitalist structures dominating the national cultural scene. Terranova has an independent, incorruptible and rebellious nature, but this by no means prevents it from producing objects of singular and defendable beauty.
 
2016
English edition
The third issue of Gong! brings the psychedelic tradition back to life with a series of handcrafted black & white illustrations by graphic designer Arnau Pi.

2016
temporarily out of stock
Corte Moderno's first LP is a conceptual album in the opera rock tradition and talks about the massive exodus of rural classes towards big cities, in what is both a revisitation of the origin of Marxist thought and a dystopian description of current urban hypertrophy. An almost blank gatefold contains explosive colorful artwork by critically acclaimed contemporary artist Antoni Hervás.

2016
Spanish edition
A photographic itinerary through the life of Adrià Cañameras and his girlfriend Mar in the heart of Madrid.

2016
Spanish edition
A photographic account of the life of a teenagers' group in London.

2016
Spanish edition
Paloma Lanna narrates the first year of her brand Paloma Wool during which she has collaborated with some of Barcelona's most relevant contemporary artists and photographers.

2016
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Ramiro E has been taking photographs of teenagers for the last twenty years, mostly in personal private sessions in his study or home, but also as editorial jobs and random street shoots. This thick volume compiles images of almost every girl he's photographed, combining many different years, formats and approaches.

2016
English edition
Postcards from Home documents the encounters between Roc Herms and several different avatars during his years of participation in a virtual world created for Playstation 3.

2015
Spanish edition
Chus Antón's first book guides us through the mythical locations of Los Angeles that inhabit our collective imagination: film and music video sets, recording studios, crime scenes… Including maps and texts by Cristian Rodríguez.

2015
Spanish edition
Gong!'s second issue is devoted to stylist and occasional photographer Rosa Codina. Rosa decided to devote the issue to her daughter and everything around her, in a project she entitled Autour de Alia and which she decided to base on monographic content rather than time or technique.

2015
Spanish edition
temporarily out of stock
A singular series of photographs exploring the theme of alternative therapies.

2015
Spanish edition
Publication exploiting the book's physicality as a metaphorical space to express the artist's feelings after a breakup.

2015
Spanish edition
Compilation of photographs taken by Carla Pérez Vas, composer and guitar player with music band Mourn, during her first North-American tour.

2014
English edition
A cheerful hand-drawn cookbook celebrating food as Pop Culture.

2014
temporarily out of stock
Concept album recorded by Corte Moderno and illustrated with a comic book by Irkus M. Zeberio, telling a story of adventure, mysticism, and friendship.

2014
Spanish edition
A collaborative and multidisciplinary narrative including music, sound sculpture, photography, and literature.

2014
Spanish edition
temporarily out of stock
Each issue of Gong! gives carte blanche to an artist to appropriate the space of the magazine. For its first publication, Gong! invited illustrator and fanzine publisher Mirena Ossorno.

2014
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temporarily out of stock
Schlecker by Rafa Castells displays a selection of pictures documenting the artist's day-to-day life. This first monograph also stands as an aesthetical essay on the symbolic effects of light and colour—offering a luminous discourse on photography and life.

2014
temporarily out of stock
The first and self-titled record by Pacífico: a Pop portrait of the youth.