LITTLE FUNNY STORY, issues #1,2,3,4,5 (signed)

by Vlada Krasilnikova


Photographs: Vlada Krasilnikova

Publisher: self-published

Year: 2016

Price: 165

Comments: Design: Lena Kholkina; Limited edition of 50 copies each issue, signed and numbered, inkjet printed, manually bound, stored in a colorful box for keeping them safely.

New series of zines by Vlada Krasilnikova tell funny stories about men, women, boots, horses, trees, houses, fences, good & bad weather in and around Moscow (and other nice cities). Each issue focuses on one topic, providing an ironic, touching and colorful study of concepts relevant to modern city-dwellers -
Melancholy (#1), Dreams (#2), Amnesia (#3), Privacy (#4), Delusion (#5).

Review of the series by Gabriela Cendoya.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

LITTLE FUNNY STORY, issues #1,2,3,4,5 (signed)

by Vlada Krasilnikova


Photographs: Vlada Krasilnikova

Publisher: self-published

Year: 2016

Price: 165

Comments: Design: Lena Kholkina; Limited edition of 50 copies each issue, signed and numbered, inkjet printed, manually bound, stored in a colorful box for keeping them safely.

New series of zines by Vlada Krasilnikova tell funny stories about men, women, boots, horses, trees, houses, fences, good & bad weather in and around Moscow (and other nice cities). Each issue focuses on one topic, providing an ironic, touching and colorful study of concepts relevant to modern city-dwellers -
Melancholy (#1), Dreams (#2), Amnesia (#3), Privacy (#4), Delusion (#5).

Review of the series by Gabriela Cendoya.


more books tagged »Russian« | >> see all

more books tagged »street photography« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

LITTLE FUNNY STORY, issues #1,2,3,4,5 (signed)

by Vlada Krasilnikova


Photographs: Vlada Krasilnikova

Publisher: self-published

Year: 2016

Price: 165

Comments: Design: Lena Kholkina; Limited edition of 50 copies each issue, signed and numbered, inkjet printed, manually bound, stored in a colorful box for keeping them safely.

New series of zines by Vlada Krasilnikova tell funny stories about men, women, boots, horses, trees, houses, fences, good & bad weather in and around Moscow (and other nice cities). Each issue focuses on one topic, providing an ironic, touching and colorful study of concepts relevant to modern city-dwellers -
Melancholy (#1), Dreams (#2), Amnesia (#3), Privacy (#4), Delusion (#5).

Review of the series by Gabriela Cendoya.


more books tagged »Russian« | >> see all

more books tagged »street photography« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com