Fraser Stanley
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Founded by Fraser Stanley and Julian Hutton in 2015, Spooky Books is an independent publisher focused on the production and dissemination of limited edition artists books.

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Charlie Hillhouse, Niijima Gardens, 2020. 16 x 24.7 cm, 44 pages.

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Charlie Hillhouse, Niijima Gardens, 2020. 16 x 24.7 cm, 44 pages.

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Lynette Letic, Let’s Get Together, 2019. 19 x 27 cm, 48 pages.

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Lynette Letic, Let’s Get Together, 2019. 19 x 27 cm, 48 pages.

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Melbourne Art Book Fair 2020 animation.

In addition to printed publications, Spooky Books also releases limited-edition merchandise to commemorate each book fair.

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Tote bag design.

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Upcycling T-Shirts from NGV Art Book Fair by screenprinting over existing design. For Community Service Art Market 2019.

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T-Shirt design (back).

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Fraser Stanley, Railcam (18.11.2014–21.03.2018), 2019. 15 x 23 cm, 72 pages.

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Fraser Stanley, Railcam (18.11.2014–21.03.2018), 2019. 15 x 23 cm, 72 pages.

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Scott Keim, Ink Drawings, 2018. 17 x 25 cm, 128 pages.

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Scott Keim, Ink Drawings, 2018. 17 x 25 cm, 128 pages.

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Spooky Books titles have been stocked at the New York Art Book Fair, Volume Art Book Fair, Melbourne Art Book Fair, Community Service Art Market as well as Perimeter Books and the Institute of Modern Art.

Credits

Photographs courtesy of Nicholas Eckhardt and Mitch Pinney.