Bedknobs & Broomsticks

Bedknobs & Broomsticks
by Trent Parke
Published by Little Brown Mushroom
40 pgs, 6.625 x 7.875 in. custom side-stapled
Numbered edition of 1000
Designed by Hans Seeger
ISBN#: 978-0-615-37550-2
Publication date: June 2010
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  1. russel said, on June 21, 2010 at 6:36 pm

    i want this! but cannot afford it. toooo bad

  2. David Degner said, on June 22, 2010 at 9:22 am

    I can’t afford it, and can’t even get it delivered, but that is what my parents house and a credit card are for, right? Now I have something to look forward to in a year or two when I return to the US.

  3. Cameron said, on July 8, 2010 at 3:08 am

    I placed my payment on the 22nd of June and am very much looking forward to receiving this cool publication!
    Do you good Little Brown Mushroom people have any estimate of how long it may take to find its way to my humble abode in the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia?

  4. Cameron said, on July 8, 2010 at 3:52 am

    Sorry, I just noticed your blog post of the 28th June about getting these out as fast as you can, please ignore my last comment, I’m just excited. More power to you!

  5. Jonnek said, on July 14, 2010 at 9:14 am

    Still waiting for it.

    I can’t understand why the first two guys here could not afford it.

    It was at 18 bucks only, for pockets sake..

    Now it is sold out and you have to pay 200$ to get it and maybe 1000$ next year..

    Be well.

  6. David Degner said, on October 15, 2010 at 8:39 am

    Ha Jonnek,

    I can afford it, but I’m a true miser when it comes to indulgences. The book is waiting for me at home though. I think my parents really like it and they aren’t photography conosures (sp).


  7. Nicola Principato said, on February 3, 2012 at 11:23 am

    Alec, Trent,

    believe if I say that I’m a long time fan of yours, but that I’m very annoyed bit limited edition stuff in general.
    Frankly speaking I don’t see the point with printing only few copies if more people would like to have one, and then make everybody rush in anxiety not to risk to arrive too late.
    Then we find the book on sale on amazon at 200+ bucks, but what’s the point?
    Is this fuelling the artist’s fame?
    Or is this just putting 200 bucks into someone’s pockets at the expenses of the 1001th poor boy who really wanted to get it for his pleasure but wasn’t fast enough?
    I don’t understand.
    As artists, especially making easily reproducible works of art, why don’t you want to favour the genuine passion of photography lovers instead of the greedy limited edition collectors’ slightly neurotic spirit?
    Won’t you feel better to know that your book sold 30.000 copies and made 30.000 happy instead of knowing it sold 1.000 and that many of them are just puzzled to wait for the best timing to sell it away and make a ridiculous profit?

    Well, take care my friends, all the best,
    Nicola Principato

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