Hieroglyphs of the anti-commodity
Fall 2017–Winter 2018
Edited by Jack Henrie Fisher
Counter-Signals is a periodically produced journal addressing, in variable iterations, convergent aspects of design, media, and politics. The second issue — Hieroglyphs of the anti-commodity — documents and theorizes forms of militant aesthetics in the histories of art, labor, and typography, among other things. The issue includes contributions from Alan Moore, Chris Reeves, Lucy Mulroney, T’ai Smith, Lisa Vinebaum, Eirik Steinhoff, Nane Diehl, Jennifer Scappettone, Francesco Marullo, John A. Tyson, David Bennewith, Charlotte Taillet and Joel Colover, Josh MacPhee, Christopher Burke, Chris Lee, Tom Fisher, Alexander Negrelli, Nellie Kluz, Juliette Cezzar, TXT-books, and Bertolt Brecht.
Softcover, 184 pp., offset BW, 6.5 x 9.25 inches
Edition of 500
Printed by Kopa, LT
Published by Other Forms