It is so great to count with the support of Konst-ig to distribute the book worldwide. They are the largest art bookseller in Scandinavia. I guess like a music artist, for instance, if you sign with a specific label, lots of people who like that label will get to know your music and new artists through them – so I see Konst-ig in the very same way. ‘Konst’ means ‘art’ in Swedish and ‘konstig’ means ‘weird’, so that wordplay somehow resonates. A friend suggested to put some copies in other cool stores, so I contacted Papercut
and Pet Sounds Records
– arguably the best magazine and bookstore and record store in Stockholm. Both were very kind and happy to stock the book. I can’t think of a better scenario than these three places.
Furthermore, the book is also available abroad at Do You Read Me?! in Berlin, and Magma shops in London and Manchester also were happy to stock it. How cool is that? So I’m running out of copies, ha! It would be a dream to print a second batch. If some cool store somewhere else wants to stock a few books on their shelves, please get in touch [email protected]
and let’s make it happen! I’m planning a small book signing, there have been some ideas and cool proposals but northing really quite felt a hundred per cent, so I want to do something effortless to project some slideshow on the walls, some music, have a few drinks, and sell all the books left to print more copies.