Coming in 2012, a range of T-shirts, Zines, CDRs and Prints. All in small numbers, and made just for Extra Bones.
Paper Jam by Andrew Kerr
A collection of compositions drawing from previously unrelated biro work and collected photographs and food packaging scraps etc. Pulled together, edited and overlayed instinctively, working with a photocopier, scissors and pens. Paper Jam pics!
A series of Riso printed zines, each by a different artist, The first batch of 8 are; Accidents by Molly Palmer, Thinking by Andrew Kerr, Parties by Jono Allen, Rocks and Minerals by Rebecca Strickson, Bodies by Matthew Rains, Smiling by Bex Massey, Biscuits by Robert Bidder and Mess by Rose Robbins. The zines are minature explorations on a theme, the results of jus avin a little fink…
Music of Lunch Music: Series 1
A CDR of tracks from each of the acts who played Lunch Musics 1 - 13, in their original order; Anacreon, Jules and Gav, Sam Lee, Trace Fluids, Yearning Kru, Jonny Farr, I had A Dream, Rozi Plain, Gasp! Cracking Eggs, Charcoal Owls, On The Roof, Goodbye Leopold and Halo Halo. The covers are uniquely screenprinted as a sideproject during Progress In Work #2 and handstitched.
In response to the upcoming show at Utrophia ” Topographic Translation; Iteration 2”. Four Maps will be a large print, folded and presented in the style of an OS map, and featuring work by Andrew Dennison, Henry McCausland, Louise O’Connor and Kasper Pincis.
Draw and Be Drawn Zine
A compilation of approx 200 portraits from the Extra Bones and Utrophia Drawing Club project.
Music Of Lunch Music 2
An edition of 125 cdrs, this time pro duplicated and printed, housed in screenprinted sleeves, each slightly different. All the bands and acts from the second series of Lunch Music feature, in order, and it sounds ACE! Gladsack, Vision Fortune, Hugh Smith, Corpse Lights, Charles Hayward, Love Distance, Frozy, Peter Rockmount, Spinmaster Plantpot, Paco Jr, Female Band, DM Clark, Dog Legs and Now.
This zine was produced start to finish in three days, taking in the results of 60 school kids drawing to music performed live by an improvising trio, collaborative drawing from both sides of the front window, screenprinting, risograph, photocopying directly onto unique paintings… much more!
Taking after Paper Jam, Andrew Kerr and the sixth form art class of Eltham College have taken that day’s Metro to the photocopier for some on the spot, rough handed re-editing.