NOT NOT BANKSY 10th ANNIVERSARY EMPHATIC DENIAL NON-RESURRECTION EDITION

HEAR NOT NOT BANKSY
SEE NOT NOT BANKSY
THINK NOT NOT BANKSY
Two colour screen print on tar paper
Edition of 113 signed and numbered by STOT21stCplanB and NOT NOT BANKSY on the back of the prints
£50
No Questions Asked

NOT BANKSY is DEAD and NOT BANKSY will NOT be RESURRECTED 

As it is known NOT BANKSY died in 2008. Now 10 years on NOT BANKSY’s memory is honoured with this NON-RESURRECTION edition by NOT NOT BANKSY. That’s right: NOT NOT BANKSY, not NOT BANKSY.

NOT NOT BANKSY is not NOT BANKSY as NOT BANKSY is dead. These prints are a homage to NOT BANKSY, not BANKSY, by a new artist known as NOT NOT BANKSY who continues the great work of NOT BANKSY and not BANKSY. Some people think it is NOT known if BANKSY was ever involved in the NOT BANKSY project, or if NOT BANKSY is NOT DEAD and in fact is NOT NOT BANKSY. The latter is unprovable but we know categorically that BANKSY was NOT involved in any creation or idea formed by NOT BANKSY, or the THE CONTINUITY NOT BANKSY, and certainly not NOT NOT BANKSY! Is that clear?

NOT NOT BANKSY artworks are made by 2 artists formerly known as STOT21stCplanB who, for the purposes of appearing more intelligible and serious, changed their name to Harry Adams in 2008 and still stand accused of killing NOT BANKSY. They have reverted to STOT21stCplanB to be known as NOT NOT BANKSY specially for this occasion.

Furthermore: Even though the NOT BANKSY works of old are now selling for hundreds of pounds on the secondary market, the artists and we the publisher are sticking to our principle that chasing art market prices is a dire fallacy and have decided to keep this new edition at a reasonable price. May all but the artist profit from it!

For further information on the true history of NOT BANKSY please read on.

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Jamie Reid Black Queen Screenprints and XXXXX Advance Sampler Book

Jamie Reid Black Queen and Book with sig

In October 2018 we will be publishing XXXXX, a 300 page full colour monograph covering 50 years of Jamie’s work.

To help fund this publication we have released the Black Queen screen print edition in two colourways and made a sampler book showing 40 pages from the forthcoming title.

The first 113 purchases of the Black Queen screen print get a FREE copy of this sampler.

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L-13 At The Uncorrected Independent Publisher’s Fair 2018

After a very successful debut last year, The Uncorrected Independent Publishers’ Fair returns to South London’s finest eatery/drinkery/artspace The Peckham Pelican.

The fair is also part of the offical schedule for the Camberwell Arts Festival.

L-13 will once again be taking part alongside six of the UK’s most exciting and innovative publishers:

Fitzcarraldo Editions – fitzcarraldoeditions.com
London Books – london-books.co.uk
Strange Attractor Press – strangeattractor.co.uk
Tangerine Press – thetangerinepress.com
Test Centre – testcentre.org.uk
Walden Press – waldenpress.co.uk

The Uncorrected
Independent Publisher’s Fair 2018
16-17th June
11am – 6pm
The Peckham Pelican, 92 Peckham Road, London SE15 5PY
Books, prints, vinyl, artwork, limited editions at special prices from seven independent publishers.

L-13 in New York at Cultural Traffic

Cultural Traffic returns to Hester Street Fair during NY Art Week for a celebration of radical print and creativity on The Lower East Side.

Sunday 6th May
11am-8pm

8 Ball Radio will be on hand all day for grooves, live readings, treats from Brooklyn’s Playground Coffee Shop, special food offerings from Teishoku- Spectrum and Eating Po-Pos, drinks, and the fruitful exchange of books, zines and printed matter from over 50 exhibitors.

If you’re in NY look out for the L-13 goodies on the Cultural Traffic table.
More details at www.culturaltraffic.com

Save The Date: Artist Soup Kitchen at AirSpace Gallery with Steve Lowe

Artist Soup Kitchen
Self Funding in the Arts: the Good, the Bad and the Future

Saturday 26th May

AirSpace presents the Artist Soup Kitchen – talks and workshops to explore support networks, good practice and sustainability of the arts and artists in a changing climate.

Steve Lowe will be presenting L-13’s model of self-funding based on making and merchandising* as the basis of a discussion which seeks to develop new strategies on how to successfully fund a practice in the face of a never ending austerity.
*Disclaimer – L-13 admit to one instance of receiving Arts Council funding.

Seats at the Artist Soup Kitchen Table are limited, so to avoid disappointment, please book early, and only if you fully intend to attend.

More details on the AirSpace page here.