The Stars - Eclisse #6

by "nobody in particular"


Photographs: anonymous

Publisher: Akina

44 pages

Pictures: black and white illustrations

Year: 2013

Comments: edition of 100; numbered; 20 x 14 cm; hand-bound with linen thread

sold out

Nobody in particular” with his pop dictionary  “The stars” plays the game of image reappropriation, unveiling and  bending the media mechanism of power against itself through a merciful accumulation and juxtaposition of its own symbols.

Faithful to the criticism of personal cult in “The stars”, the author decided to remain anonymous, the Eclisse #6 zine is released under Creative Common license.


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The Stars - Eclisse #6

by "nobody in particular"


Photographs: anonymous

Publisher: Akina

44 pages

Pictures: black and white illustrations

Year: 2013

Comments: edition of 100; numbered; 20 x 14 cm; hand-bound with linen thread

sold out

Nobody in particular” with his pop dictionary  “The stars” plays the game of image reappropriation, unveiling and  bending the media mechanism of power against itself through a merciful accumulation and juxtaposition of its own symbols.

Faithful to the criticism of personal cult in “The stars”, the author decided to remain anonymous, the Eclisse #6 zine is released under Creative Common license.


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more books tagged »celebrity« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

The Stars - Eclisse #6

by "nobody in particular"


Photographs: anonymous

Publisher: Akina

44 pages

Pictures: black and white illustrations

Year: 2013

Comments: edition of 100; numbered; 20 x 14 cm; hand-bound with linen thread

sold out

Nobody in particular” with his pop dictionary  “The stars” plays the game of image reappropriation, unveiling and  bending the media mechanism of power against itself through a merciful accumulation and juxtaposition of its own symbols.

Faithful to the criticism of personal cult in “The stars”, the author decided to remain anonymous, the Eclisse #6 zine is released under Creative Common license.


more books tagged »black and white« | >> see all

more books tagged »celebrity« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com