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  • 01
    Details Vol. 3, Radical Essex
  • 02
    The Copyists
  • 03
    From The Bunker No.1
  • 04
    Drawing and other writing
  • 05
    Carlo and Fabio Ingrassia
  • 06
    Details Vol. 2, Barbican and Golden Lane
  • 07
    Details Vol. 1
  • 08
    Mouldy Modern
  • 09
    Postcards Retro-Cyclisme
  • 10
    Becoming Invisible
  • 11
    The Book on Books on Artists Books
  • 12
    The Laundry Room
  • 13
    A Rapha Continental Bootleg
  • 14
    Crosswords
  • 15
    The Foundations of Judo
  • 16
    Potato, Simon Popper & Jeremy Lee
  • 17
    The Egyptian Postures
  • 18
    The Order of Things
  • 19
    Details Vol. 4, City of London and Clerkenwell
  • 20
    From the Bunker 2: The Douglas Park Archive
  • 21
    Howie Street Quadruplet
  • 22
    The Lesson of the Vine

The Everyday Press is a publisher of art books and artists books. The Everyday Press works closely with artists, designers and writers to release publications paying particular attention to the book as an object. The outlook of the press isn’t fixed on any particular mode of production or format, some books are released in small quantities without ISBN while others are offset printed and distributed more widely via traditional commercial networks. The main focus is a formal coherence between of the idea and purpose of the books and their material make up: this is primarily done by considering available production technologies and the editorial choices made under particular circumstances. The Everyday Press was started by Arnaud Desjardin in 2007 as a continuation of his activities as an artist, a specialist art bookseller and an academic interested in the history of artists books.

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The Everyday Press, 7—10 Occupation Road, London SE17 3BE.

For any inquiries please send us an email at: theeverydaypress@gmail.com.

The distributors of The Everyday Press are Anagram Books (Europe/Japan) and D.A.P. (North America).



The website has been designed and developped by Luuse (Léonard Mabille & Étienne Ozeray) and Zoé Quentel.

Formers and current collaborators of The Everyday Press are: Pedro Cid Proença, Léonard Mabille, Emily Benton and Zoé Quentel.

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The Everyday Press is a publisher of art books and artists books. The Everyday Press works closely with artists, designers and writers to release publications paying particular attention to the book as an object. The outlook of the press isn’t fixed on any particular mode of production or format, some books are released in small quantities without ISBN while others are offset printed and distributed more widely via traditional commercial networks. The main focus is a formal coherence between of the idea and purpose of the books and their material make up: this is primarily done by considering available production technologies and the editorial choices made under particular circumstances. The Everyday Press was started by Arnaud Desjardin in 2007 as a continuation of his activities as an artist, a specialist art bookseller and an academic interested in the history of artists books.

  • 01
    The Lesson of the Vine
  • 02
    Potato, Simon Popper & Jeremy Lee
    and The Egyptian Postures
  • 03
    From the Bunker 2: The Douglas Park Archive
    and The Order of Things
  • 04
    Details Vol. 4, City of London and Clerkenwell
    and Howie Street Quadruplet
  • 05
    Details Vol. 3, Radical Essex
    and The Copyists
  • 06
    From The Bunker No.1
    and Drawing and other writing
  • 07
    Carlo and Fabio Ingrassia
    and Details Vol. 2, Barbican and Golden Lane
  • 08
    Mouldy Modern
    and Becoming Invisible
  • 09
    The Book on Books on Artists Books
    and Details Vol. 1
  • 10
    Postcards Retro-Cyclisme
    and The Laundry Room
  • 11
    A Rapha Continental Bootleg
    and Crosswords
  • 12
    The Foundations of Judo
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