Megalith 6: Inside is the latest publication of works by Mega Press founder Panayiotis Terzis. This edition feature a series of drawings created during the first year of the SARS-COV-19 pandemic in a combined analog and digital drawing technique. Featuring recurring images of geometric fruits arrangements, stoic or expressive cyborg faces, and stiff, digital landscapes, this body of work conveys a feeling of the “sci-fi domestic” during lockdown.
 
Megalith 6: Inside by Panayiotis Terzis
Risograph printed
28 pages
28 x 21.5
Edition of 500
2021

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Dancefloor Paris by Paris based artist Antoine Orand collects a series of 16 hysterical and bizarre sci-fi drawings. Inspired by his taste for Cronenberg movies, Orand seamlessly combines analog and digital techniques to produce artworks both hardcore and ludicrous, playfully breaking the boundaries between different categories of art. The title is not related to the content but to a dance school located in the neighborhood in which he lives. This is poetry.

Dancefloor Paris by Antoine Orand
Risograph printed
16 pages
26 cm x 19 cm 

Edition of 200
2022

$20
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Mega Press’s flagship dystopian sci fi publication Trapper Keeper returns with two new editions. Whereas issues 1-6 featured multiple artists, forthcoming issues will be solo books.

In Trapper Keeper 7 Matt Lock leads us through multiple zones of an inter-dimensional hell-scape. This tour is rendered in a soft touch pencil tone technique that adds an odd serenity to the viewing experience.

Trapper Keeper 7: Fungal Harvest
by Matt Lock
Risograph printed
28 pages
21.5 x 28 cm
Edition of 500
2020
$15

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Mega Press is thrilled to announce the post-pandemic release of ONTOLOGY, a publication of new work by the mysterious Athens, Greece based artist HOPE. This edition features the artist’s recent ceramic works contrasted documentation of a collaborative performance with dancer Christos Tzovaras.

Ontology by HOPE
Risograph printed
22 pages
28 × 21.5 cm
Edition of 200
2020
$15

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On The Way collects a series of drawings created by Shanghai based artist Yiran Guo (Eva) which depict strangers in transit on the streets and subway lines of New York City. Guo’s works capture the spontaneous humanity on display in the rushing crowds of NYC, rendered in the fluid line-work and scratchy tonal values of graphite and colored pencil. This edition carries the viewer from the summer and fall of 2019 through the devastating early days of the COVID-19 pandemic and the city’s tentative re-emergence from lockdown in the summer of 2020.

On The Way by Yiran Guo (Eva)
Risograph printed
32 pages
28 x 21.5 cm
Edition of 200

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