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The Obscura WHO WE ARE 200 bookco-published by Setanta, Obscura and Los Sumergidos
200 different covers!
“WHO WE ARE 200”
7.875×6.25×2 inches / 800 pages / softcover US$50. -add to cart-
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Obscura’s WHO WE ARE documents the humans participating, building, and creating in Web3 and the NFT space, starting in 2021, the year NFTs took the world by storm. The project has encompassed 33 countries and over 175 people so far and will be ongoing, continuing perpetually with Obscura as it grows over time.
WHO WE ARE 200 is the first chapter, capped at 200 photos.
“SÓTANO ISSUES 1-4”
16×24 inches / folded broadsheet printed recto & verso / 2021 subscription series US$30. -add to cart-
Sótano is a new serial interview poster-zine that asks photographers the hard-hitting questions.
Launched at the 2021 Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair as a subscription series, with Issue 01 (featuring Carlos Jaramillo) shipping in March. Subsequent quarterly issues for the 2021 subscription series feature other Los Sumergidos colleagues, including Carlos Loret de Mola, Motohiro Takeda, and Jade Thiraswas. Subscribers will receive four issues over the remainder of 2021.
- 100% Vegan
- GMO Free
- Ethically Sourced
- YT Approved
Destined to be a future cult classic. Start your collection now.
7.75×10.5 inches / 112 pages / softcover US$40. -add to cart-
special edition comes in a hard custom slip case with 3 prints US$120. -add to cart-
Our eponymous title.
The five authors construct the life of a young woman named Teresa (1991-2063), who left Mexico to come to the United States for reasons unclear. The authors imagine what may have transpired through photographs taken in Mexico and upstate New York, her supposed destination, along with interviews with people who knew her or who may have seen her. The harsh reality of the border is always present, creating tension between her life as we imagined it and other, sometimes tragic, outcomes. In the end, the book proposes thinking of photographs as constructions and not as documents.