(Versione italiana a seguire) The Little Book of Kabul is a limited edition of 500 copies. Yes, you got it right only 500 exemplars of the book exist and each one is signed and stamped. Here is what you can do to buy a copy. Ideally we would love to hand deliver each copy – […]
Did you know that The Little Book of Kabul is a signed and numbered limited edition? Get in touch if you want a copy!
The Little Book of Kabul is on its way and if it hasn’t reached you yet, it is surely not far away. After having given shape to two years of our life, it has now gone on its own journey with a life on its own. It is a strange feeling: there is a bit […]
It took us fourteen months for the completion of the first draft of The Little Book of Kabul. It has been a long journey full of surprises and discoveries. We have tried to reverberate through words and images what Kabul has gifted us through the eyes of her artists. We built a narrative in fifty […]
We have gone a long way since we started our research for the book six months ago. Yesterday Lorenzo shot the last roll of film, roll number 171. In the afternoon we went to visit ustad Omarzad at the CCAA – we had a cup of tea, a long chat and joked about future projects. He then […]
Now this is a book I really want to read. Sunday After the War by Henry Miller is a book of essays on war, the role of artists and what human beings should expect from the future. Maria Popova wrote on Brain Pickings a great review of the book. In the heat of World War […]
Buying, writing, sending postcards in Kabul feels almost like being in short story by Borges or Calvino. The disruption of the postal service is one of the overlooked side effects of wars and conflicts – imagine a postman cycling streets with no name with shifting piles of rubbles or a mail van driving across a […]