‘Das was draufsteht’ (2014) by Beni Bischof.
‘View of the world from 9th Ave.’, the March 29, 1976 cover for The New Yorker, by Saul Steinberg.
Letter from cartoonist Alfred Joseph Frueh to his wife Giuliette Fanciulli, sent on Jan. 10th, 1913.
The letter opens up to form a model of a gallery hung with paintings. Frueh made this model to inform his wife about the details of a specific art gallery before her visit.
Collection of the Smithsonian Archives of American Art.
‘Password (In Chronological Alphabetical Order)’ (2004), a personalized handout by Micah Lexier.
Flyer made by Jan Huijben, inspired by the xeroxed ads for African witch doctors that he often found in his mailbox. (2005)
Janice Kerbel, from the ‘Remarkable’ series (2007)
Faintgirl, Double Attraction, Crystal and Blindspot and Regurgitating Lady
Silkscreen print on campaign poster paper, each