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No.15 Well Well Well by Jordy van den Nieuwendijk

£9

The zine is a celebration of Jordy’s practice, it explores how a series of paintings can convey a story once featured in zine format. “There is a start and an end to a zine, and I like that this creates a journey. I'm not one for explaining what this journey means, or even what the works on their own mean. I leave that to the observer.” -  Jordy van den Nieuwendijk


Complimenting the designers and objects we work with in the store with our own publishing and projects is a joy. The relationship between our own work and our selection of product continues to change and evolve, it is a journey.

Emete, Brand Director

Hato Press is an independent publishing house established in 2009. It produces books, zines and other objects in collaboration with artists; exploring people, play, culture and community in unexpected ways. And, of course, it’s a longstanding part of the HATO family.

Published by Hato Press, London Printed on Evercopy 80gsm Pages: 16 Dimensions: 14 cm x 20 cm Format: Softcover / Saddle stitch binding

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