I AM EVERYTHING I̸M̸ ̸N̸O̸T̸H̸I̸N̸G̸ fanzine
140 × 195 mm
Riso printing on Munken 80g
Double-sided fanzine made in the context of the event ‘I AM EVERYTHING IM NOTHING’ around ssaliva’s work (Confort Mental, Paris June 18th 2023). 40 pages riso printed in black & white by Quintal Atelier, Paris.
I AM EVERYTHING I̸M̸ ̸N̸O̸T̸H̸I̸N̸G̸ tee
Screen printing on white tee Gildan Heavy cotton
Positive-negative tee made in the context of the event ‘I AM EVERYTHING IM NOTHING’ around ssaliva’s work (Confort Mental, Paris June 18th 2023). Screen printed on front and back, 1 color black.
Screen printing on Stanley/Stella Fuser, White & Navy
Tribute artwork to the faceless player and the trash-talk tees marketed by AND1 in the 90s. Screen printed on Stanley/Stella Fuser, unisex and relaxed fit – front and back.
Fifty of the benefits will go to WWF to support them in their action towards the blue planet.
SSALIVA, ROGER RANDOM
Digital print on Stanley/Stella Fuser
ROGER is the original code name for the works Ssaliva sent us when we started working on the book together. Today, for Valentine’s, we’re releasing the ROGER RANDOM capsule that showcases exclusive artworks (recent and past) which for the most part haven’t been featured in the book. And since we were feeling in the mood to play around a bit, we decided to randomize the ordering process. So please pre-order a size, and we will randomly choose the artwork and color of the tee for you. Trust over choice. ROGER 💝
SSALIVA, LANDSCAPES 🏚
160 × 240 mm
Soft book with jacket
“François Boulanger is an audiovisual artist born in Liège, Belgium in 1983. He started producing music by the end of the 90’s/early 2000’s and producing his visual work around 2010. Active under several monikers, he started his experimental project ‘Ssaliva’ in 2011 which today covers the entire spectrum of his works. Under this alias, he developed hypnotic soundscapes based on sparse rythms, lush tones and crystallised textures. A personal and romantic rendition of a life amidst nature and city pollution.
His work as Ssaliva also consists of documenting equally ethereal and removed places in pictures, two compulsive and lonely processes that have made him accumulate thousands of strange, escapist mental landscapes. His approach to visual arts is similar to music in terms of process too, stretching images and melodies, compressing bits of it, adding colors and samples until they become part of his own vision. Sometimes ghostly, sometimes sacred, an instantly recognizable form of melancholia.” — Munix
‘Landscapes’ is a first attempt to highlight Ssaliva’s visual work. Through a selection of 100 images – digital paintings based on original photographs or screenshots – the book takes us on a scenic journey into the artist’s mind. Recalling a wide variety of references from the fields of photography, painting, landscape architecture and even Internet art, Ssaliva’s paintings bear witness to a wistful sensitivity to urban and rural exploration. Ssaliva has made his region a real playground. Walking through the “indeterminate” or empty spaces of Liège and its surroundings, the artist showed his empathy for the interstices and other abandoned places charged with history. This is what he tried to transcribe in the modification of his digital paintings: A veil wrapping his landscapes in mysteries. With this book, Ssaliva sets a coherent backdrop to his musical production, further completing the puzzle of an instinctive body of work inscribed in the pure romantic tradition.
Screenprint on Gildan hoodie
Land Art’s ISBN artwork made for Ssaliva’s first artist book.
Printed in Paris by Tristan Permet (PPC) on classic heavy blend hooded sweat by Gildan.
Digital print on Russell tee
Artwork by L. Allard
My Friendship Machine Will Never </3reak.
In Memory of G. Sugar.
PABLO ALTAR, TRISTATE
10-inch vinyl record
+ mirror die cut sticker
Limited edition of 30
10-inch vinyl record 1 year anniversary of Pablo Altar’s ‘TRISTATE’, first release on LA. See digital release here on bandcamp.
THE SYSTEM WE LIVE IN
Screenprint on Russell tee
HOW TO WRITE A SYMPHONY?
Digital print on blueback poster
594 × 841 mm