Volume (No.2 – The Things We’ve Seen)

Title: Volume (No.2 – The Things We’ve Seen)

Photographer/s: Alexander Alekseenko, Ali Bosworth, Barnaby Hutchins, Ben Kelly, Bez Uma, Charlie Rubin, Christian Thormann, Clemens Fantur, Erik Mowinckel, Federico Kenis, George Underwood, João Cruz, Joe Leavenworth, Johanna Tagada, Katheryn Love, Kenny Hurtado, Leif Huron, Maribeth Keane, Melanie Vogel, Milica Balubdžić, Milena Carstens, Rudolph J. Razo, Ryan Shorosky, Sylvie Weber, Tatjana Radičević, Thomas Homolya, Verena Hägler, Yougo Jeberg, Zoë Juarez

Date of publication: September 2012

Place of publication: Brooklyn, New York

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 inches

Edition size: 150

Type of binding: Soft Cover, Perfect Bound

Number of pages: 48 pages + cover

Type of paper: 100# Cougar Opaque Smooth White Text

Number of pictures: 35

Type of printing: Digital CMYK

Printer: Rolling Press

Publisher: VUU

Editor: Margo Dooney

Language: English

ISBN: /

Category: Photography Publication

Price: $15.00

Summary: Volume’s second issue, ‘The Things We’ve Seen’ features 29 photographers: Alexander Alekseenko, Ali Bosworth, Barnaby Hutchins, Ben Kelly, Bez Uma, Charlie Rubin, Christian Thormann, Clemens Fantur, Erik Mowinckel, Federico Kenis, George Underwood, João Cruz, Joe Leavenworth, Johanna Tagada, Katheryn Love, Kenny Hurtado, Leif Huron, Maribeth Keane, Melanie Vogel, Milica Balubdžić, Milena Carstens, Rudolph J. Razo, Ryan Shorosky, Sylvie Weber, Tatjana Radičević, Thomas Homolya, Verena Hägler, Yougo Jeberg, Zoë Juarez

Date and place of birth of photographer/s: /

Website: www.vuucollective.com

Book link: www.vuucollective.com

Donated by: VUU

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