The Japanese make book stacking into an art form amidst a sea of competition

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in New Trends on Tuesday 7 October 2014

Bookstores in Japan are constantly launching new titles of manga, novels and non-fiction. In this whirlwind of stiff competition, the bookshops work hard with the different publishers to push their publications to the number one spot. And this is where book stacking comes into the equation.

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Everyday objects turn into Stacks by Clemens Kois

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Friday 21 March 2014

And you thought balancing that pen on your nose was a talent! Photographer Clemens Kois is behind this fun photo series of stacked objects that sees all sorts of things getting piled high for a photo. ‘Each image in his ongoing Stacks series always begins with a few such things he’s harvested from somewhere in […]

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Gang Signs Accessorized

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By Joshua Scott in New Photography on Wednesday 27 July 2011

This recent photo series by Joshua Scott combines gang sign stacking with cutting edge jewelry brands, nOir and Bijules. Who needs brass knuckles when you’ve got this much swag on your fists. Stack signs and represent your set with metal and mesh.

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