Drummies Special Edition

Shipping from January 2022
240 x 290 mm, 128 pp
63 colour images
Hardback, clothbound, foil debossed
Edition of 100 copies
Book and print in a slipcase
ISBN 978-1-910401-66-8

Edition of 100 copies with 10 print options available to choose from.
One 10×8” C-type print, signed and presented in a bespoke designed slipcase. (Limited edition of 10 for each print). Please email orders@gostbooks.com to let us know which print you would like.

Available prints:

1. Wakiesha Titus and Riley Van Harte, The Avondale Primary Majorettes, Cape Town, 2018

2. Tamzleigh De Kock, Wakiesha Titus, Riley Van Harte, Claresha Nano, Chrishey Sassman, Charity Adams, Kesia Plaatjies, Erin Carolus, Aneeqah Meyer and Linomtha Makaleni, The Avondale Primary Majorettes Cape Town, 2018

3. The Hillcrest Primary Majorettes Grabouw, 2018

4. Hilce Rhode looks over her team leader Eden Adolph’s shoulder, The Helderkruin Primary Drum Majorettes, Cape Town, 2018

5. Claresha Nano, Charity Adams and Wakiesha Titus, The Avondale Primary Majorettes, Johannesburg, 2018

6. Lamique Ward, team leader of The Newclare Primary Majorettes
Johannesburg, 2018

7. Caitlin Engelbrecht, Cheri Leigh Burger, Jordyn Smit and Britnay Engelbrecht, Laerskool Helderkruin Drum Majorettes, Johannesburg, 2019

8. The Laerskool Helderkruin Drum Majorettes, Johannesburg, 2018

9. Tanique Williams, The Hottentots-Holland High Majorettes, Cape Town, 2018

10. Chloe Heydenrych, Paige Titus, Ahsnique Paulse, Elizabeth Jordan, Tammy baantjies and Chleo de kock, The Fairmont High Majorettes, Durbanville, Cape Town, 2018

Standard and signed edition available

Press:  Creative Review,The Eye of Photography,Bilderstrum, Herald Scotland, The Cut, CNN, Wallpaper, Independent, Glorious, FT How to Spend it,  Lensculture

 

Found, Not Lost Special Edition 1

Published February 2021
Estimated shipping date for Special Editions April 2021
215 x 290 mm, 232 pp
171 duotone images
Hardback
ISBN 978-1-910401-31-6

Edition of 50 copies with ‘Rio de Janeiro, 1990’ print.
Handmade, clothbound slipcase with 1x copy of the book with a tipped in signed sheet, and a limited edition 10 x 8 “ silver gelatin print of ‘Rio de Janeiro, 1990’ (unsigned but numbered and stamped on verso).
The price will rise as the edition sells.

Alternative Special Edition print available here

Standard Edition available here

Please note, Special Editions are not processed through our warehouse but individually condition checked and packaged by hand to avoid any damage. As a result, please allow extra time for your Special Edition to arrive. We will keep you updated on the progress of your order and we can be contacted on orders@gostbooks.com with any queries.

Press: Observer New Review

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In my nineties, my work looks different than I’ve ever seen it before… There’s a time for photographs that say hello, and there’s a time to listen.’  – Elliott Erwitt

Over 170 previously unseen images by photographer Elliott Erwitt will be published for the first time in Found, Not Lost. Spanning more than sixty years, the photographs in the book, often taken during lulls or breaks between assignments in his prolific career, have been selected, edited and sequenced by Erwitt himself.

Found, Not Lost Special Edition 2

Published February 2021
215 x 290 mm, 232 pp
171 duotone images
Hardback
ISBN 978-1-910401-31-6

Edition of 50 copies with ‘ St. James’s Park. London, 1952’
Handmade, clothbound slipcase with 1x copy of the book with a tipped in signed sheet, and a limited edition 10 x 8 “ silver gelatin print of ‘ St. James’s Park. London, 1952’ (unsigned but numbered and stamped on verso).
The price will rise as the edition sells.
Alternative Special Edition print available here

Standard Edition available here

Please note, Special Editions are not processed through our warehouse but individually condition checked and packaged by hand to avoid any damage. As a result, please allow extra time for your Special Edition to arrive. We will keep you updated on the progress of your order and we can be contacted on orders@gostbooks.com with any queries.

Press: Observer New Review

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In my nineties, my work looks different than I’ve ever seen it before… There’s a time for photographs that say hello, and there’s a time to listen.’  – Elliott Erwitt

Over 170 previously unseen images by photographer Elliott Erwitt will be published for the first time in Found, Not Lost. Spanning more than sixty years, the photographs in the book, often taken during lulls or breaks between assignments in his prolific career, have been selected, edited and sequenced by Erwitt himself.

POP Special Edition – 1 print

Published January 2018
Limited edition of 33
200 x 253mm portrait format
392 pages
The book has four different coloured cover options.
Essays by Terry Rawlings and Paul Gorman
A signed book and a signed 10×8” print housed in a cloth bound clamshell presentation case.
GOST Books will contact you directly after your order to enquire which print you would like.
ISBN 978-1-910401-13-2

Prints available
Joe Jackson ‘Look Sharp’ Silver gelatin print
Siouxsie And The Banshees ‘Dazzle’ Silver gelatin print
Depeche Mode ‘A Broken Frame’ Archival pigment print
Echo And The Bunnymen ‘Heaven Up Here’ Archival pigment print

Please note, Special Editions are not processed through our warehouse but individually condition checked and packaged by hand to avoid any damage. As a result, please allow extra time for your Special Edition to arrive. We will keep you updated on the progress of your order and we can be contacted on orders@gostbooks.com with any queries.

Special edition 3 prints and trade edition available

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POP is a comprehensive exploration of the music photography of Brian Griffin shot for album covers, single sleeves, posters and press. The 350 pages of this new book are illustrated over 160 record covers from more than 100 bands and musicians including many which are previously unpublished – including Ian Dury, The Clash, Depeche Mode, Echo And The Bunnymen, Iggy Pop, Kate Bush, The Specials, Elvis Costello and many more.

 

POP Special Edition – 3 prints

Published January 2018
Limited edition of 10
200 x 253mm portrait format
392 pages
Essays by Terry Rawlings and Paul Gorman
The book has four different coloured cover options.
A signed book and 3 signed 10×8” prints housed
in a cloth bound clamshell presentation case.
ISBN 978-1-910401-13-2

Prints
Joe Jackson ‘Look Sharp’ Silver gelatin print
Siouxsie And The Banshees ‘Dazzle’ Silver gelatin print
Depeche Mode ‘A Broken Frame’ Archival pigment print

Please note, Special Editions are not processed through our warehouse but individually condition checked and packaged by hand to avoid any damage. As a result, please allow extra time for your Special Edition to arrive. We will keep you updated on the progress of your order and we can be contacted on orders@gostbooks.com with any queries.

Special edition 1 print and trade edition available

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POP is a comprehensive exploration of the music photography of Brian Griffin shot for album covers, single sleeves, posters and press. The 350 pages of this new book are illustrated over 160 record covers from more than 100 bands and musicians including many which are previously unpublished – including Ian Dury, The Clash, Depeche Mode, Echo And The Bunnymen, Iggy Pop, Kate Bush, The Specials, Elvis Costello and many more.

The Mennonites Special Edition 1

Shipping December 2022
250 x 185 mm
288 pages, 131 duotone images
978-1-910401-53-8

Book with one 6.9 x 9.8” print


Edition of 210
(150 sold as part of the special edition 1)
Hardback clothbound in slipcase with black ribbon
Silver gelatin print made in the darkroom directly from the artist’s original negative
Signed and numbered
Print: El Cuervo (Casas Grandes Colonies), Chihuahua, Mexico, 1992

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In 1989, I discovered them in my own back yard, landhungry and dirt poor. They came looking for work in the vegetable fields and fruit orchards of Lambton, Essex, Kent and Haldimand-Norfolk Counties. I liked them a lot because they seemed otherworldly and therefore completely vulnerable in a society in which they did not belong and for which they were not prepared. Because I liked them, they liked me, and although photography was forbidden, they let me photograph them. That’s all there was to it.

Larry Towell photographed the Old Colony Mennonites in rural Ontario and Mexico between 1990 and 1999. The resulting black and white photographsaccompanied by an extensive text drawn from diary notes and ‘the silt of the memory’—formed Towell’s landmark bookThe Mennonites, first published in 2000. This revised and updated second edition revisits the project and includes 40 previously unpublished photographs.

 

 

The Mennonites Special Edition 2

Shipping December 2022
250 x 185 mm, 288 pages
131 duotone images
Hardback clothbound, in slipcase with black ribbon
978-1-910401-53-8

Option of three different 11 x 14” prints available
Each one is sold with an additional 6.9 x 9.8” print El Cuervo (Casas Grandes Colonies), Chihuahua, Mexico, 1992, same as in Special 1

Edition of 20 each
Silver gelatin print made in the darkroom directly from the artist’s original negative
Signed and numbered
Prints available (1 out of 3):

1. Durango Colony, Durango, Mexico, 1994
2. La Batea Colony, Zacatecas, Mexico,1992
3. Kent Country, Ontario, Canada, 1996

Standard edition available
Special edition 1 available

Press: Hyperallergic, British Journal of Photography, Photojournalism Now, Washington PostPublico, Polka, LFI magazine, HUCK magazineObserver New Review

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In 1989, I discovered them in my own back yard, landhungry and dirt poor. They came looking for work in the vegetable fields and fruit orchards of Lambton, Essex, Kent and Haldimand-Norfolk Counties. I liked them a lot because they seemed otherworldly and therefore completely vulnerable in a society in which they did not belong and for which they were not prepared. Because I liked them, they liked me, and although photography was forbidden, they let me photograph them. That’s all there was to it.

Larry Towell photographed the Old Colony Mennonites in rural Ontario and Mexico between 1990 and 1999. The resulting black and white photographsaccompanied by an extensive text drawn from diary notes and ‘the silt of the memory’—formed Towell’s landmark bookThe Mennonites, first published in 2000. This revised and updated second edition revisits the project and includes 40 previously unpublished photographs.

 

UKG Special Edition in GOLD

Published November 2013
Limited edition of 30
210 x 280mm
96 pages printed full colour and duotone
Hardback in gold cloth with foil deboss
Introduction by Mike Skinner and Essay by Jason Evans
ISBN 978-0-9574272-5-9

Each copy is sold with one of three 10×8 inch archival inkjet
prints from the UKG series, signed and numbered on the reverse.

Please note, Special Editions are not processed through our warehouse but individually condition checked and packaged by hand to avoid any damage. As a result, please allow extra time for your Special Edition to arrive. We will keep you updated on the progress of your order and we can be contacted on orders@gostbooks.com with any queries.

Trade edition available

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UKG, by photographer Ewen Spencer, documents the early days of the UK Garage phenomenon. The project began in the summer of 1998 when Spencer was working as nightlife photographer for Sleazenation magazine. The forty photographs in this new book by GOST are accompanied by texts from Mike Skinner from The Streets, and photographer Jason Evans.

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