Impressions / Aidan Koch

Impressions is Aidan Koch’s third graphic novel. It tells the story of a young figure model and her relationships with her mother, her best friend, and the man drawing her. Set in an ambiguously modern time, the book captures a young woman’s reluctant journey into self-awareness. 

Impressions was painted over three months at the Maison Des Auteurs residency in rural France, where Koch spent the spring of 2014. 

Aidan Koch is a visual artist and storyteller from Olympia, WA. After a year in Sebastopol, CA, she is now based in New York. 

72 pages
Soft cover, section sewn, color offset
8.25 x 6 inches
Edition of 100, $15

First Impressions of Greece / Mary Manning

Mary Manning’s debut book,  First Impressions of Greece, documents recent travels through the Grecian landscape. 

Mary Manning is a photographer based in New York City. She runs the website Unchanging Window. 

48 pages
Hard cover, section sewn, color offset
7.5 x 5 inches
Edition of 100, $ 22

Painter’s Journal / Joshua Abelow

Painter’s Journal, by Joshua Abelow, is made up of six journals that chronicle Abelow’s first year living in New York in the late 90s. 

Published in 2012
6 x 9 inches
112 pages
Edition of 1000, $15