Die Cut Tag

Honey & Wax No 1

Our name is inspired by a nineteenth-century epigram: “use books as bees use flowers." We like to see books, like flowers, in the field: on nightstands, in backpacks, given to friends, shared with children, passed across the bar at last call. ...

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Martial Raysse

Martial Raysse’s proto-Pop paintings and sculptures of this decade focused primarily upon the physical alterations he made to existing images of women, mostly anonymous models found in readily available fashion publications and ads (and, frequently, snapshots of his own wife France). In these early paintings Raysse obsessively examined the possibility of accessing beauty through artifice. His surfaces were alternately degraded and exaggerated, enlarged and cropped; their visual syntax was reframed or reordered in a way that rendered each resulting composition simultaneously more and less “real.”...

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Andy Warhol: Dollar Signs

Small catalogue printed for Dominique Levy, for their Art Base Hong Kong Booth. Dominique Levy Gallery specializes in masterworks of European and American postwar and contemporary art, in both the primary and secondary markets....

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Ashley Bickerton

This book, designed by Stefan Sagmeister in close collaboration with the artist, is a striking work of art in its own right, featuring a fold-out poster, die-cut pages, and more than 300 colour illustrations. Throughout this eclectic monograph, the artist’s own commentary is interwoven with text from additional contributors, including essays by fellow artist Jake Chapman, novelist Nick McDonell, art historian Abigail Solomon-Godeau, curator Dominic Molon, and the artist’s father, the noted linguist-anthropologist Derek Bickerton....

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