Sort By DateTitleDate0 items - $0.00 $25.00 Add to cart The Oxbow Index The Oxbow Index encompasses a range of work engaging with the Mississippi River and consists of photographs, drawings, and sculpture. The work sources oxbow lakes that were once a part of the river’s main stream along with the artist’s practice of walking the batture in and around New Orleans. $10.00 Add to cart Crypt Iguana by Sarah Welch Crypt Iguana is a comic book chronicling life in the historic Key West Cemetery in Key West, Florida from the perspective of one of the hundreds of nonnative Green Iguanas that inhabit the area. The project is both a tribute to and spoof of sci-fi and fantasy genres that employ man vs. $15.00 Add to cart A Faster Grave Poems by Skye Jackson Winner of the 2018/2019 Paper Machine Chapbook Open Call $10.00 Add to cart We are all looking for instructions to make our lives better. If only we could plant a garden; woo a stranger; record a podcast; remove an ink stain — everything might all fall into place and we could finally, finally be happy. $10.00 Add to cart Skinny sketchbook 3 pack Designed by Antenna Collective Member Ben Fox McCord $65.00 Add to cart Southerly Gold: God's Country (Box Set) God’s Country documents the explorations of the photo collective Southerly Gold, as they wander through the subtle stories and complicated histories of some of the parishes along Louisiana’s borders. This 6 book boxed set, is limited to an edition of 85, printed at Antenna's Paper Machine. $10.00 Add to cart This volume contains a collection of cartoons by Molly Roth featured on the New Yorker Daily Shouts Blog as well as others which *should* have been published in the New Yorker. $8.00 Add to cart Draw-A-Thon 2018 Sketchbook Sketchbook created for 2018's Draw-A-Thon with cover design by Yuka Petz. $10.00 Add to cart Snake Juice & Constellations By Rae Jacobson & Natalie McLaurin A collection of drawings by Natalie McLaurin and text by Rae Jacobson playfully explores internal and external judgements during early motherhood. "A morsel of the mother experience, scrapping of the plan, scraping work from chaos, good in places, mess in others, a picture of life as it is." $10.00 Add to cart Obsession - Fumi Amano "Through my art, I want to express the reality of life as an Asian woman in the United States.” The exhibition catalog of 2018 Open Call winner Fumi Amano about her obsession with becoming a model Asian woman. The works featured include Amano's neon and glass sculptures of uteri and fetuses, used sex dolls, and documentation of her performance "Shooting Sperm." $35.00 Add to cart This 7.5"x5.25" book, features 78 Full color photographs by Tammy Mercure representing tarot cards. The six sections are long-stitched together by the artist. $15.00 Add to cart In a war-torn kingdom, an infantile king hides, trapped by his fear of the monstrous wasp who has waited eons in her burrow under the palace, listening, dreaming . . . meanwhile, citizens cope as best they can with a world coming apart from within. $20.00 Add to cart Images Seen to Images Felt This artist book was produced in conjunction with the Antenna exhibition Touching Pictures featuring recent photo-based work by Kristine Thompson that examines how images of death, violence, and mourning circulate publicly. The works featured engage photographic imagery in a tactile manner in order to question when and how pictures might elicit empathy. $10.00 Add to cart Chapter 1: Anteater City, by Ursa Eyer. Dogface is a surreal comic by Ursa Eyer that explores the strange happenings inside the dystopian landscape of Anteater City. The story follows a mysterious young girl as she grapples with her internal and external experiences through a shifting narrative. $25.00 Add to cart Quorum Call By Amanda Burnham 4"x6", 106 pages 2018 This beautifully crafted collection is the result of an endurance drawing project: shortly after the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, artist Amanda Burnham set out to draw every individual (104 total) who is serving as a member of the United States Senate during the 115th Congress. $10.00 Add to cart The second in our pocket sized guidebook series, this 44 page exploration dives into the collection of the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum, focusing on those techniques which today we realize are quite harmful. Written and illustrated by the incredible Kate Lacour. $12.00 Add to cart Draw-a-Thon Spiral Bound Sketchbook Perfect for drawing, this spiral bound sketchbook has a letterpress cover with illustrations by Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell, and is filled with a variety of awesome papers up-cycled from print jobs at Paper Machine. Each one has a unique assortment of quality paper. $15.00 Add to cart This catalog for the 2018 Antenna group exhibition of the same name curated by Essence Harden, features works by Sadie Barnette, Lauren Halsey, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Texas Isaiah, Patrick Martinez, Azikiwe Mohammed, Devin N. Morris, Nikki Pressley, Adee Roberson, Polo Silk, and Ashely Teamer, with essays by Gia Hamilton, Olivia K Young of UC Berkeley, Jackie Clay of Coleman Center, and Allison Glenn of Crystal Bridges. $10.00 Add to cart The Republic Of Dark Andrew Au This June 2018 catalog for the exhibition of the same name, represents artist Andrew Au's body of work utilizing figures for surrogates in the struggle between family members and friends within a divided nation. Borrowing from Hellenistic tropes, themes of conflict and death, psychological splits within a frame, or a general sense of tension and apprehension emerge from the representations within. $15.00 Add to cart This artist book by Devin Reynolds operates as a loving tribute to his father, Mojo, as well as a catalog and glimpse into Reynolds' process of developing the April 2018 exhibition, Tyrone Don't Surf. $5.00 Add to cart Draw-a-Thon Pocket Sketchbook Created at Antenna's Paper Machine, these sketchbooks feature a foil printed cover with illustrations by Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell. Perfect-bound sketchbook is 5x7" and contains approximately 40 pages for your doodles and to-do-lists. $20.00 Add to cart Rift Valley Written and illustrated by Sam Jackson, Rift Valley is a science fiction graphic novel set in North Kivu Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is the story of people caught in the emergence of a powerful new force of nature, dissolving the barrier between thought and matter and sparking conflict to control the most valuable substance on the planet. $10.00 Add to cart Letters. Letters, by playwright/filmmaker/Song writer Barbara Hammond and artist Ryn Wilson, contains letters written by Hammond to her niece, Wilson, early in her career. Includes photos created by Wilson during the time of each letter. 2017, 8" x 5" $10.00 Add to cart Poems by Benjamin Morris, Paintings by Myrtle Von Damitz III. A mysterious wilderness, racked by disaster. A group of travelers, seeking the truth. An ageless conflict and a fateful choice. Inspired by the landscape of coastal Louisiana, Ecotone is a journey into the unknown, through the wondrous, by the lost. $10.00 Add to cart The Spirit of the Staircase by Tiana Nobile The Spirit of the Staircase continues the series of Antenna Chapbook artist/writer collaborations with poems by Tiana Nobile and paintings by Brigid Conroy. The title refers to the French term used for the predicament of thinking of the perfect reply too late. $20.00 Add to cart The 2017 collected anthology of the work of New Orleans based artist John Slade, featuring all six issues of his self-published epic comic including exclusive extras. 156 pages. $34.95 Add to cart Polo Silk presents Pop That Thang published to coincide with the 2017 exhibition of the same name, chronicles the bounce scene in New Orleans. Hundreds of color photographs spanning 30 years including all of the rappers and p-poppers that make up the vibrant scene. $10.00 Add to cart This is the first collection of Comic Strips from 1998 to 2005 by New Orleans based comic artist Caesar Meadows. Whether in the pages of Antigravity, or on the streets during Mardi Gras in the form of micro Comix, Meadows work is a mainstay of the comic scene in the crescent city. $10.00 Add to cart The Ballad Of Homosexual Entropy Illustrated by Ruth Ex, Writen by Ruth Ex and Aileen Wuornos, The Ballad of Homosexual Entropy, is an exploration of sexuality, technology, mental illness and history through a queer lens. The story takes place in a highly stylized surreal world and follows the exploits of two young queer characters navigating feelings of alienation and gender confusion. $20.00 Add to cart Sarah Nance's lush book contains text and images from her project ..exo¨geology which was hosted at Antenna in 2017. Cover and pages throughout have blind embossing, mixed with digital printing. $10.00 Add to cart Common Birds of New Orleans, or A to-the-point document for the curious to aid in the identification of a sampling of the more frequent avian residents and guests of New Orleans is the first of Antenna's pocket sized guidebook series, featuring artist and writer deep dive explorations of singular topics. $25.00 Add to cart Drawn Together: Celebrating 10 Years of the New Orleans 24-Hour Draw-A-Thon Released in 2016 to mark 10 years of the New Orleans 24-hour Draw-A-Thon, this 210 page book acts as history of the event, a how-to manual for those who may want to host their own similar type of event, and as a sketch pad to take on activities inspired by the yearly event. $10.00 Add to cart Absolute Difference Based on work from the November 2016 Antenna exhibition of the same name, Absolute Difference features the visual work of Nathan Halverson, David Goldstein, Grant Jenkins, and Jennie Neighbors. $15.00 Add to cart A Beginning, an End, and the Nothing In-Between Featuring drawings by Antenna Collective Artist Ben Fox-McCord from his August 2016 solo exhibition of the same name. This expanded second edition includes new drawings not included in the original exhibition and is much larger than the original at 9"x9" $10.00 Read more Ether & Agony: Doreen Garner Catalog from the October 2016 Exhibition of the same name featuring National Antenna:Open Call selected artist Doreen Garner with an essay by Kenya (Robinson) about Garner’s discomforting explorations. $10.00 Add to cart Dear Escape Artist Dear Escape Artist is a 2016 Chapbook featuring poetry by Elizabeth Gross that takes the form of unanswered fan mail to an unnamed escape artist accompanied by artist Sara White's beautiful, spare drawings in loose ink. Limited to an edition of 200 hand bound by the artists with letterpress printed covers. $10.00 Add to cart This 2015 catalog of the two-part international exhibition, explores the theme of memory and place through two post trauma cities. The biography of New Orleans resident Anne Skorecki Levy, born in Lodz, Poland, in 1935, inspired this multi-generational project first presented in Lodz and then New Orleans. $15.00 Read more Level Artist Collective This 2015 catalog collection includes individual books for each of the five founding members of the Level Artist Collective- Ana Hernandez, Horton Humble, Rontherin Ratliff, John Isiah Walton and Carl Joe Williams- a group that organically formed around a shared studio space in New Orleans. $10.00 Add to cart The 2014 debut chapbook by former Antenna::Rm220 Editor Sara Slaughter, Upriver is a sequence of prose poems that tell the strange story of a “smell man,” Roosevelt, who determines seafood quality in New Orleans after a disastrous oil spill. Featuring beautiful woodcuts by the artist Layla Ardalan. $10.00 Read more Slow Light A publication from the 2014 solo exhibition of the same name, featuring the eerie afterimage photography of Antenna Collective member AnnieLaurie Erickson paired with an essay by founding Antenna:Rm220 editor Nathan C Martin, originally published on Pelicanbomb.com. $10.00 Add to cart Hand in Glove Conference Guide In 2013, Antenna/Press Street hosted over 300 artist-run organizations from across the continent for the Hand-in-Glove Conference (Now known as the Common Field Convening). While the event information is certainly dated, the guide contains an accurate and relevant history of artist organizing in New Orleans, and a map of the city’s alternative art spaces. $10.00 Add to cart We're Pregnant The 2013 chapbook of short fiction by founding Antenna::RM220 editor Nathan C. Martin in collaboration with photographers Akasha Rabut, Sophie T. Lvoff, & Grissel Giuliano, featuring three stories which explore morbid fashion anxieties related to sex, disease, marriage, & childbirth. $10.00 Read more The People Is Singular The 2012 chapbook by New Orleans based poet Andy Young and Egyptian photographer Salwa Rashad. It includes Young’s personal response to the Egyptian Revolution as it unfolded with Rashad’s vision of all Egyptians—Muslims and Christians, young and old, the foregrounded and the peripheral. $10.00 Read more Curtain Optional The 2011 chapbook by Brad Richard featuring poetry and prose exploring the influence of his father, renowned New Orleans painter Jim Richard, on his practice, as well as the experience of growing up as the son of an artist while becoming an artist himself. $20.00 Add to cart Beautifully designed, sometimes fun, always informative, How to Rebuild a City: Field Guide from a work in Progress, is a reflection of the many ways that New Orleanians have realized our way towards recovery, actively and creatively engaging with our communities. $10.00 Add to cart The 2008 chapbook by Mark Yakich is a 9-part poem meant to be performed aloud, questioning disaster and its aftermath from tragicomic perspectives, and accompanied by the poet’s surreal line drawings. $15.00 Add to cart Revacuation Part fantasy, part social commentary, this 2006 graphic novel by Brad Benischek is a visual response to the tragic and absurd events of Post-Katrina year one as they unfolded. His raw, immediate style, lush imagination & quirky humor make it a wholly original addition to the post-K cultural discourse. $10.00 Read more Intersection | New Orleans The first publication by Press Street, which has since become Antenna, this 2006 project facilitated blind collaborations between 25 writers and 25 artists to explore the aesthetic and cultural collisions occurring at 25 significant intersections throughout New Orleans.