Flowers of Pakistan
Sana Masud

Flowers of Pakistan poetically holds & tenderly asks what it means to inherit land in a country you do not live in.

Illustrated and written by Sana Masud (she/they) a multidisciplinary artist and designer based in Brooklyn, NYC focused on grief + irreverent humor.

Childish Books
First Edition of 200
5 x 7”

︎ $10 USD  ︎

Looking in the Night
Hannah Moog

Emerging Artist Hannah Moog invites readers to sneak out the window and slip into an enveloping world of illustrations. The book's lyrical text quietly encounters the many queries of the night, before returning the protagonist to their cozy bed. Subtle and spacious, Looking in the Night is a dreamy read for all ages.

Available in two formats, a pocket sized zine edition & larger coil bound artist book!

Mini Zine Edition:
Custom die cut cover Laser printed
Saddle Stitched
28 pages
First Printing of 200
3.875 x 5.5”

︎ $8 USD  ︎

Limited Edition Artist Book:
Risograph Printed, Coil Bound, Custom die cut cover & special fold-out-floral spread,
Hand numbered edition of 150
6.275 x 9.5”

︎ $25 USD  ︎

Worms Don’t Work for Wages;
An Anticapitalist ABC’s
Julia Epifania Basnage

This playful take on an alphabet book is a simple, yet compelling, digestible, yet thorough, introduction to interrogating capitalism. We love how Worms Don't Work for Wages pushes against the historical tendency in western children's literature to map colonizer norms onto personified animals: from Curious George to Babar. Continuously reminding readers, of all ages, that animals do not, in fact, rely on the same capitalistic social structures.

Childish Books
Third Printing of 300
5.25 x 5”

︎ $10 USD  ︎
Slow Looking by: These Views Are Our Tools 
Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo

Inspired by, and dedicated to, artist, educator, and social justice advocate Corita Kent, Slow Looking: These Views Are Our Tools is an invitation to practice a different way of seeing our world. In this artist book, Lukaza Branfman-Verrisimo offers us prompts, coloring pages, and 2 dicut viewfinders, as tools for slowness.

Currently on second printing
Risograph printed, coil-bound
30 pages
5.5 x 8.5 in

︎ $15 USD  ︎

10% of proceeds will be donated to Maine Youth Justice, an organization working to end youth incareration in Maine.
Blobs in Chairs
Hanson Coleman

The blobs explore chairs! A meditation on sitting, lounging, and rest. 

Risograph printed, staple-bound
16 pages
4.5 x 5.5 in

︎ $6 USD ︎