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Myrtle Avenue Artists & Makers Market

Featuring prints & publications by Tatiana Arocha

Saturday, October 16, 11am - 4pm


Stop by the Head Hi booth this Saturday at the Myrtle Avenue Artists & Makers Market! A  marketplace of tastemakers; experience creators, designers, collectors, and curators. 

In addition to a vanguard selection of art, design and photography books, for the Myrtle Avenue market Head Hi will be showcasing prints and publications by local artist Tatiana Arocha, a New York-born Colombian artist, living in Brooklyn. Her art practice explores intimacy between people and land, rooted in personal memory and her immigrant experience, and centers on community through public art interventions and transdisciplinary knowledge exchange.

Tatiana’s work layers her relationship to the bio-political and vulnerable landscapes where she grew up exploring in her native Colombia, particularly its rainforests. At the Head Hi booth you will find the artist’s incredible prints, publications and objects all which feature her signature botanicals and birds in black, white and golden colors. Tatiana’s is a friend and neighbor of Head Hi. Her studio is located in the Navy Yard, just across the street from the shop. You may have seen her hand painted birds gracing the gates along Flushing or her current exhibition in Building 77. 

More about the artist:  www.tatianaarocha.com  @arocha.tatiana



Thursday, October 7, 7 - 9pm


Come celebrate design and independently published material! Bauhaus Around You is a card deck that challenges users to find classic design styles and ideas in their everyday environments. Cards are divided into three categories of participation: explore, think, and create and are color coded for their categories and paired with prompts for creative exercises. Prompts are crafted so that each user’s findings will be unique to them. The deck contains 36 playing cards, each showcasing a different Bauhaus design or idea.

Form and Function Bauhaus Around You is produced by Form Function Studio in partnership with Goethe-Institut Washington and with special thanks to DC Public Library. Illustrations by Klasja Habjan. Founded by Alison Beshai, Form Function Studio is a creative studio producing design projects focused on impact and access. Through their projects they aim to help lower the barrier for entry to design ideas, information, and education; and emphasize the impact of design on our everyday lives. In rejecting the idea that form follows function, they believe the two principles should always be linked.





Wednesday, September 8, 7-9pm

The images in Brooklyn Brief depict the flow of documents photographed in downtown Brooklyn by American photographer Gus Powell. The book, a unique publication inside a manila envelope, includes 36 pages of photos saddle-stitched next to the type written text “Directions to Downtown Brooklyn” by Robert Sullivan, a contributing editor to Vogue and a frequent contributor to The New Yorker. In his text, Sullivan maps out the streets, businesses and flow of people as well as its changes. In the photos, one can glimpse into the daily movement and business as usual in present day Downtown Brooklyn, a neighborhood that includes courts, schools, subway stations and shops. 

Gus Powell was born in New York City in 1974.  He is the author of The Company of Strangers (J&L Books, 2003), The Lonely Ones (J&L Books, 2015), FAMILY CAR TROUBLE (TBW Books, 2019), and Brooklyn BREIF (RN 2020).  His work has appeared in Aperture, The New Yorker, A Public Space, and Vogue.  He is on the MFA Faculty of the School of Visual Arts and currently lives and works in New York.

ROMAN NVMERALS is a Brooklyn-based publisher, founded in MMXV by photographers Michael Vahrenwald and David La Spina that produces small, high quality editions. They print using local presses and locally sourced papers.



Presented by Good Room, Love Injection + Musclecars


Come groove with us for 'Summer Of Joy' in the Catskills. At this very special weekender, we will be selling books and wares poolside during the day then dancing and hanging out with a whole crew of friends for a full weekend of festivities with swimming, hiking, campfires, and music provided by Love Injection & musclecars plus guests.


This event is presented by our favorite club Good Room and located at Glen Falls House, their sister hotel. Check out the FAQ above (click right arrow to scroll).



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The proliferation of ultra-luxurious supertalls in Midtown has morphed the New York City skyline into an array of stalactites. Funded by an opaque web of global capital, many of the towers remain under occupied as safety deposit boxes for elites both near and far. While visible from afar, the towers remain off limits to most city residents. That is until visual artist and architect Andi Schmied posed as an apartment-hunting Hungarian billionaire to document the inner workings of Manhattan’s exclusive high-rise properties.


This talk, hosted in partnership with the New York Review of Architecture, will include Andi Schmied (beaming in over Zoom), and architects Lane Rick and Harvard GSD Assistant Professor Jacob Reidel, in discussion of Private Views: A High-Rise Panorama of Manhattan.





Saturday - Sunday, July 10-11 & 17-18, 12-5pm






Friday, June 25, 7-9pm

Big wave surfer and photographer Derek Dunfee will be in New York City promoting his newly self-published book Waking Up in the Sea in which he shares incredible stories of chasing monster waves around the globe and the dangers of riding these waves. His book takes readers to heart of some of the most challenging breaks and heavy conditions, and features some of the most respected big wave surfers of our time. Dunfee open's up about the risks, injuries and traumas he has endured from surfing, a perspective we hardly hear about.


Dunfee's photography is beyond remarkable. His choice of the locations, the conditions and the colors have given him a special place in professional surfing photography. His iconic photos were featured in The Surfer's Journal where he got the cover photo in March/April 2020 of this highly regarded publication. 


To celebrate the book release, we will be showing a selection of photos from the book and Derek will be with us! Limited quantities of the book and his prints will be available for sale at the shop. You don't want to miss this, join us! Thanks to our friends at Pilgrim NY for their support and contribution


Friday, June 18 at 7pm

Calling all photographers – aspiring or hobbyists. Everyone is welcome! Please join us for the first Head Hi Photo Swap of the summer. Bring a selection of your photos, we’ll help you set up a space outside to show your work and enjoy the evening. 

Swap a photo for a photo, buy a drink in exchange for a photo, or just purchase a photo directly and support local artists – or just hang out! The idea behind this is to showcase local art, hang out and enjoy the evening looking at and exchanging local photography! 

*Please note this is a first come first serve limited space so try to arrive early so we can make sure everyone fits. We don’t want anyone left out. 


This event is co-organized by Cheyne Bluhm.


Signos de Cuba by Jon Bocksel

Friday, May 14 at 7pm at Head Hi

The second event in our Head Hi Spring Selections program is an outdoor book presentation and signing with New York based hand painted sign maker and artist Jon Bocksel. Jon will be signing fresh copies of his newly launched book Signos de Cuba which features photos of hand painted signs taken throughout Cuba in 2017. Order your copy now, you don't want to miss out on a custom signature at the event.


I'm This I'm That I'm In The World by Rahill Jamalifard

Wednesday, April 14 at 6pm on Zoom


Our first Head Hi Spring Selections program is a virtual conversation with Rahill Jamalifard, artist, musician and creator of the book I'm This I'm That I'm In The World and Sasha Alcocer founder of CRUSH, a curatorial project. Join Rahill and Sasha as they speak about the book and Rahill's work as a musician (she is the frontwoman of NYC based band Habibi!). 

About the book, Rahill states "During quarantine I started a series called 'primitive portraits,' drawings done in crayon and pencil of artists who’ve had influence in my life. Just as Covid began its pillage in the United States, I was coming off a west coast tour and had plans of spending time upstate to relax and decompress. Then boom—Covid went full throttle and I found myself up here, no reception, no internet, no books, no records, no instruments. So I picked up a pack of crayons at the supermarket as a saving grace to connect me back into avenues of remedial creation. Crazy how a thirty minute daily routine can bring you solace and healing as powerful as meditation. Not only was that inspiring... reconnecting to my deepest roots in art, drawing, the place where creating began for me, and using the same medium (crayon) was kind of wild. Anyway, that’s a long enough description for sharing these crude drawings, but ya know what, who cares." 


Head Hi 2021 Annual Lamp Show

Join Us for a Two-Part Exhibition

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Head Hi 2021 Lamp Show

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Photo by Jonathan Hökklo

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Our 2nd Annual Lamp Show is happening! Due to the amazing amount of submissions, this year we'll be hosting two consecutive shows. Please join us!


This Head Hi tradition which began in 2019, invites artists, designers, collectors, craftspeople of all levels, everyone and anyone to submit a lamp for an exhibition celebrating the joy of light in a special presentation of handmade and unique lamps by participants of all ages, professional designers or not. On display are illuminated objects either uniquely created, crafted and personalized and funky treasures previously owned or found. As always, we’ve made a selection of publications on the topic of light and design for purchase at the shop.


Lamp Show Part 1

Opening celebration: Saturday, February 20th, 7-9pm

Exhibition on view through March 3rd

Checklist (click here)

Lamp Show Part 2

Opening celebration: Friday, March 5th, 7-9pm

Exhibition on view through March 20th

Checklist (click here)

We've made a limited edition t-shirt to commemorate the 2021 Lamp Show available for purchase on our webshop. Remember this special event with this shirt and support Head Hi.

For the openings, we'll be taking Covid19 precautions to celebrate safely. The gatherings will be outside so please dress accordingly for the weather. Masks are required. Small groups will be let in to view the show for a set amount of time to allow for everyone to enjoy.

We’d like to thank all the participants for sharing their work with us, the Head Hi community and all visitors for the next month!

Lamp Show in the Press

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A short dance film by Morgan Griffin



Desmoiselles, a film made by contemporary dancer Morgan Griffin, is both a multiplication and a fracture of self. A fragmentation of the body into a puzzle. Each square becoming a vignette of a larger story. A rubix cube, which can never be reset or resolved. Tension, humor, flirtation, eeriness, regality revealed in bite size angles of perception. Set to Handel’s Sarabande, and filmed exclusively using TikTok filters.

Morgan Griffin graduated Suma Cum Laude from Connecticut College in 2012 where she studied dance and performed in works choreographed by David Dorfman, Robyne Watkins, Heidi Henderson, Lisa Race, Adele Myers, and Shani Collins-Achille, as well as guest artists Nicholas Leichter, Kyle Abraham, work by Laura Dean, and Kendra Portier. Morgan has trained at several professional training programs, including the Bates Professional Training Program (where she studied with Michael Foleyand performed in a work by Adam Barruch), David Dorfman Summer Intensive, and the Body Traffic Summer Intensive (where she studied with Chris Evans of Hofesh Shechter). Morgan has presented her own work at RAW Artists in Brooklyn, The Figment Festival on Governor’s Island, the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, Tedx Connecticut College, and The Dance Complex in Boston to name a few. Morgan danced and performed with bandPortier as well as with Adele Myers and Dancers in their tour of “Einstein’s Happiest Thought”. Morgan then moved to Italy to work in fashion for several years with 1017 ALYX 9SM.  She has now returned to the world of dance
and is currently getting her MFA at NYU Tisch.

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Head Hi 2021 Annual Lamp Show

Open Call for Artists, Designers, Collectors & Creators

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Head Hi invites artists, designers, collectors, craftspeople of all levels, everyone and anyone to submit a lamp for the second annual Head Hi Lamp Show. The exhibition celebrates the joy of light with a special presentation of handmade and unique lamps to celebrate the new year! 

The Lamp Show is an exhibition of lamps, lamps made by YOU. We encourage everyone to participate, all ages, professional designers, or not, to submit a lamp! It can be a lamp you created, personalized or just a funky lamp that you found. Throughout the exhibition, visitors can vote for their favorite lamp. The winner will receive a special gift.

People of all ages are welcome to submit one lamp per participant. No submission fee.
Organizers are looking for creativity, functionality, uniqueness, and funkiness, with a particular interest in “non-standard” materials and objects. Lamps can be any size up to a maximum of approximately 2 ft x 2 ft.




Peripheral photographs by Adam Bernstein

Join us for our latest exhibition


Being at a concert with a crowd of people right on top of each other feels like something from the past. Most of us are longing to be at a show, in the presence of energy, spontaneously responding to live music, friends and other humans around us.


The exhibition, Peripheral, features a selection of photographs taken at a concert in the historic Tompkins Square Park, the heart of the East Village, in New York City.  The concert took place on July 23, 2016, a year very unlike where we are now; the beginning, shall we say, of the distrust, disgust and fatigue we now know too well. 

The event shown in the photos was a free outdoor benefit show put on by several bands to help the guitarist Dr. Know from legendary punk rock band Bad Brains. Fans were not only supporting the cause but supporting each other in feeling the power of collective human energy and freedom. In the chaos of the mosh pit, fans pick each other up, something we feel is important to highlight, when one goes down there are others to lift us up.

Photographer Adam Bernstein explains the feeling of unity that day: “The atmosphere was positive and upbeat and the fans were having an amazing time. Unity was in the air. The crowd was one giant family supporting each other and feeding off of each other’s collective energy. It was the summer of 2016 and as always in our country there was an anti-government sentiment which was mentioned on stage a few times. Despite the anti-government sentiment, the crowd was mindful of each other and took caution to keep the event's positive atmosphere peaceful and safe.”

A series of photos will be on display from the concert including one large photographic wall covering that takes the viewer to the "pit" with all its energy, albeit from the periphery of our shop. A selection of 16 x 24 inch photos are for sale for $75. Head Hi has made a special selection of books for sale documenting music and photography. Also on display, is a promotional poster made for the 2016 event. 

Contemporaries: A Radical Window

New Storefront Studio Project Featuring

a Curated Library by Head Hi


Contemporaries is a storefront studio project space curated by industrial design studio Stephen Burks Man Made and Director Malika Leiper. Conceived during self-imposed isolation, Contemporaries is about being of our time, about collaboration, our community, and the limitless field of imagination.


On October 15, Contemporaries launched its inaugural show A Radical Window, a selection of vintage art, design, and political provocations from Archiviste XX featuring a curated library by Head Hi.


Visit in person:192 Water Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn




Premiering Friday, August 14, 2020

Few names in fashion are as respected as Martin Margiela. For the first time, the iconic designer opens up about his life, work & legacy. Watch at home exclusively available through select screening partners like Head Hi for $12. The film cannot be found on Apple, Amazon, or any other mass market platform. Small businesses are facing unprecedented challenges at this time. By purchasing the film via our link, you are directly supporting Head Hi and our pals at Oscilloscope, New York's independent film experts.

One of the most revolutionary and influential fashion designers of his time, Martin Margiela has remained an elusive figure the entirety of his decades-long career. From Jean Paul Gaultier's assistant to creative director at Hermès to leading his own House, Margiela never showed his face publicly and avoided interviews, but reinvented fashion with his radical style through forty-one provocative collections. Now, for the first time, the "Banksy of fashion" reveals his drawings, notes, and personal items in this exclusive, intimate profile of his vision. The film features interviews with, among others, Margiela himself, Jean Paul Gaultier, Carine Roitfeld, trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort, fashion critic Cathy Horyn, and fashion historian Olivier Saillard. The score has been composed by the Belgian rock band dEUS.



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Mosco and Lou Harris.

Local Rockaway surfers united against injustice.

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Speech before going out

Kwame and Lou gave a speech before going in the water.

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Head Hi coffee at the beach in support of the community. We love New York City. We love the Rockaways!

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Mosco and Lou Harris.

Local Rockaway surfers united against injustice.

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Paddle Out Against Police Injustice

Saturday June 20th. 

Beach 109th St Rockaway Beach.


Organized by Lou Harris @black_surfing_rockaway a non-profit group that provides

free surfing and skateboarding lessons to local youth.

Head Hi was there providing donation based coffee for @colorofchange the largest online racial justice organization in the US.

It was a beautiful and meaningful gathering attended by hundreds of people, activists, surfers, beach enthusiasts and nature lovers of all ages and backgrounds. 

Rolling Stone wrote a story of the event, our own Mosco is in it, check it out here

Thanks Ryan Struck for the coverage.


Head Hi Sunday Sounds

Every Sunday at 8pm, April - May 2020


Music is an important element of who we are, it inspires us & gets us going. Our Brooklyn shop has always played great tunes.


In March, NYC was ordered to "stay in" to slow the spread of COVID19. That was the beginning of our collective lock down & Head Hi's new virtual presence Sunday Sounds. We want to stay connected & support our community in isolation; music is a fantastic channel to do just that.


Sunday Sounds features a live feed of our view of the one & only Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (located footsteps from our shop) with music by DJ Mösco Disco (a Head Hi co-founder) who has been collecting records for over two decades. Mösco started playing records in 1997 while living on a sail-boat in San Francisco, CA & has performed at art spaces, hotels, bars & underground parties.


Saturday, February 22, 12pm


Come visit HEAD HI at the Dobbin St Music Fair where we will feature a curated selection of vanguard and diverse publications from around the globe, including music, art and photography books & magazines. We will also be serving up the Parlor Coffee and Masha Teas (only the best!). Join us!



Saturday, January 25, 2020

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10:30am - 6:30pm

The TimesCenter NYC
242 West 41st Street


Come visit the HEAD HI BOOK KIOSK featuring a curated selection of vanguard and diverse publications from around the globe, including architecture, art and design books, magazines and self-published materials specially selected for The World Around visitors. A new global forum, The World Around, will host its first edition in New York City on January 25, 2020. The day-long event uses quick-fire presentations, conversations and discussions to present the ‘now, near and next’ in architecture today.


Designed to be accessible and engaging for anyone interested in the culture of architecture, the event brings together leading international practitioners and thinkers who operate in and around the wider spatial environment. Invited speakers will present landscapes, urban and rural planning projects, art, activism, environmental research, space studies, sculpture, film and game design. We will hear far-reaching discussions about the most vital current and upcoming building projects, the most significant developments in technology and the environment, and the most promising new ideas that are shaping our world to come.


Key Topics:

Architecture, Design, Art, Landscape,

Photography, Lifestyle, Graphic Design,

Industrial Design, Transportation, Technology


Tickets now on sale!



Opening Reception:

Sunday, January 12, 2020, 3-5pm


Exhibition and Videos on View:

January 12 - January 26, 2020


ATLAS OF MEMORIES´ is a submission-based archive of material culture and memory in NYC founded by Anika Schroter. It serves as a tactile encyclopedia of immaterial moments and hidden stories. Collecting personal objects that express aspects of who we are – our identity, our values, our statements and choices. It's an ongoing project that travels to different cities, countries and cultures - continuously expanding its archive.


Anika Schroter is a German born, Brooklyn based creative producer who works in film and exhibitions. Her fascination for the everyday object, its texture and its emotive value has long been under her very own investigation; a long-term research project culminating now in the first show of the ATLAS OF MEMORIES at Head Hi.





It is Head Hi's first year anniversary and we are so thankful to have you on this journey. Our doors opened on November 23, 2018 not knowing who would come in or whether or not people still buy books. Now, a year later, people line up to get our coffee and we pack the house during the events we host. We have met so many people that inspire us with their stories. And yes, people still read books! It’s our pleasure to be our community's bookshop cafe.


For our last event of 2019, we decided to do an "open call" encouraging everyone to participate.

All ages, professional designers, or not, to submit a lamp, yes a lamp, and the response was fantastic!

The word spread nationwide and we received so many incredible submissions. We can't wait to open this special exhibition and celebrate with all of you.

Lamp Show / Anniversary Party Saturday, December 14, 6-9 PM.

Music by Mogollon Sonidero


Exhibition on view through January 5, 2020. Sea you there!


Keep your Head Hi!

Devra Freelander &

Michael Yarinsky

Myranda Gillies

Matthew Greeley

Walsh Hansen

Jeremy Jams

Nozomi Kato

Lights Up Studio

Cara Marie Lynch

Eva Mantell

Participating Lamp Makers:

Austin Ballard

Jason Bauer

James Barber

Chris Beeston

Alyssa Block

Robert Burch

Benjamin Chadwick

Elliot Chaffer

Dandy Farmers

Eric Forman

Sam Effler

Theresa Marchetta

Kathryn Robinson Millen

Michael Miyahira

Harry Moritz

Vicente Muñoz

Navy Wine

Justin Pollmann

Emma Rossoff

Jon Santos

Val Shamma

Miles Rees Spear

Wilt Stewart

Studio Nordic

Stephanie Tran

John Trembly

Adam Tyson

Andy Tyson

Carly Yuenger

Antonia Young

Head Hi Book Launch - Join Us

Thursday, December 5th , 6:00-8:00 PM


PIPE compiles photographs by Joey Trisolini taken on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, where he grew up.

Pipe and other tales from the Seven Mile Miracle is an ongoing photography project documenting the waves and characters on the North Shore of Oahu, home of some of the most powerful, beautiful, famous and dangerous breaks in the world where waves reach heights up to 40 ft over sharp reefs and volcanic rocks.


Banzai Pipeline aka "Pipe" is perhaps the most well-known break in the world, the mecca of surfing, attracting the top surfers on the planet. This is where John John Florence grew up, an all time ruler of line ups who has won the Pipe Pro event 4 times, the Eddie Aikau Big Wave invitational at Waimea Bay and the WSL title in 2016. The board from this title and one of John's jerseys along with some prints will be exhibited at Head Hi!

*Thanks to Ryley at Pyzel surfboards.

Joseph "Joey" Trisolini grew up in a small town named Ka'a'awa, Oahu. Joey got into skateboarding as a teen and used disposable cameras to document his friends. He now lives in New York and works with some of the world's leading fashion and advertising photographers as well as shooting his own projects for many brands and clients. Joey continues surfing in New York, traveling and photo-documenting. "Pipe" is Volume 1 of this series and his fourth photography book. We're stoked to release it, yeah boy!

Join us for the book launch / exhibition. December 5th, 6-8 PM. At Head Hi,

14 Clermont Ave, Brooklyn. 

Exhibition December 5th - 11th 2019.


PIPE is a limited edition. Books available for sale while supplies last.

Sea you there!



Head Hi Book Launch - Join Us

Wednesday, November 20, 6:00-8:00pm


Space Cadet is a book comprised of photographs taken while wandering between August 2018 and April 2019 in New York, Scotland, England, Japan, Colorado, California, and Texas. The photos in this book trace an interest in subtle contradictions, finding noise and distortion in seemingly quiet spaces while finding glimpses of the natural world within our built environments.

Trees, rocks, grass, and snow make a lot of appearances in Space Cadet, as do reflections. 


Scott Ferguson (b. 1989, Glasgow, Scotland) is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Using photography, performance, video, sound, and sculpture, he creates works that explore ideas of landscape, the mundane, and otherworldliness. 

Scott received a BFA in Interdisciplinary Media Arts Practices from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2013 and an MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in 2017. Since 2012 he has been an active member of the Flinching Eye Collective, whose work explores the possibilities of sound and performance.

Head Hi Book Launch - Join Us

Friday, October 25, 6:00-9:00pm


We are excited to release Volume 2 of the Forgotten Lands biannual series. This issue explores the theme of ‘The Next Wave’ by way of showcasing new stories of art, culture, & resiliency today in the Caribbean. Rashad Martinez’s (St. Croix, USVI) ‘Dreams of Self’ graces our cover with the hands of an elder creating a path for future generations.

The second issue features 180 pages from Caribbean based and raised artists Rashad Martinez / Pablo Serrano / Don Brodie / Leah Bernhardt / Jo Cosme / Ben Lebovitz / Ivar Wigan / Mike Spearz / Ade Ra / Stephanie Chalana Brown / Geron Richards / Camille Rouzaud / Jorly Flores.


Head Hi Book Kiosk at the

2019 NY Architecture & Design Film Festival

featuring a special selection of new and vintage titles based on this year's films

Cinépolis Chelsea
260 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011

Check out the ADFF film schedule

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Join us at the HEAD HI BOOK KIOSK during this year's New York Architecture & Design Film Festival where we will will feature a curated selection of vanguard and diverse publications from around the globe specially selected for ADFF visitors.


Displaying and selling the publications on a mobile stand, the kiosk will be a hub for inspiration, dialogue and reference. Visitors can purchase the publications or just simply browse, find something new, and conversate about the offering which bridges the topics of architecture, design, art and film including titles selected on topics featured in this year's films including:

Mario Botta: The Space Beyond

A Poetics of Living‌

Architecture of Infinity w/ James Turrell: You Who Look

Masters of Modern Design: The Art of the Japanese American Experience

Gateways to New York

The New Bauhaus


Brian Kauppi Paintings

September 28 - October 20, 2019

Exhibition Opening on September 28, 4-7pm


More info on the artist:



In his artworks, Brian Kauppi, a nomadic artist who paints plein aire landscapes, bends and reconfigures the horizon in response to inner dialogue or distraction. Routinely drawing straight lines led him to make his horizontal brushstrokes diverge and intersect as if in conversation or competition with his own mind. Embracing chaos, hardship and nature in transition as part of life, we are left with the notion that even the worst moments will eventually pass. Brian is currently based in Chile.

Missing / Bodies poetry & prose

Sunday, October 6, 2019

Readings begin at 2:30pm

Head Hi & Aventures Ltd Invite You to


Saturday, September 21, doors at 8:00pm

featuring performance by Oakland based artist Chris Duncan



accompanied with readings by Jen FisherRachelle Rahmé and 

Megan Snowe brought to you by Aventures Ltd

Suggested donation $5


CHRIS DUNCAN is an Oakland-based artist who employs repetition and accumulation as a basis for experiments in visual and sound based media. An overriding theme in current works is the use of natural forces, such as the sun and the moon, as conceptual and compositional prompts for both sonic and visual efforts. Outside of his studio practice he organizes events and runs a small artist book press and record label called

LAND AND SEA with his wife, Maria Otero.


AVENTURES LTD is a limited edition press based in New York City focused on expanded forms of sound and visual arts founded by

Rose Lazar and Rob Lowe.







Bunny Elizabeth Leopard

Installation & Publication Release

July 10 - August 31, 2019

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Book info:

Are You In Pain? 2019

Bunny Elizabeth Leopard & Vivan Weidman

Book printed with risograph by The Circadian Press

$23.00, contact us for purchase inquiries

THURSDAY, JUNE 27th, 7:00-9:00pm
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BRIAN BLOMERTH'S BICYCLE DAY, the debut graphic novel from frequent Anthology Editions collaborator, illustrator, musician and self-described "comic stripper" Brian Blomerth came out June 25th. To celebrate the release, we're throwing a party at Head Hi, on June 27th from 7-9pm, with an "expanded reading" from Brian, limited edition prints, and a live performance from Adult Moan featuring Lil Ugly Mane and Pickles. The event is free to attend, so if you're in New York and want to have your copy signed, listen to some tunes or have a drink, come on down.

Illustrator, musician and self-described “comic stripper” Brian Blomerth has spent years combining classic underground art styles with his bitingly irreverent visual wit in zines, comics, and album covers. With Brian Blomerth’s Bicycle Day, the artist has produced his most ambitious work to date: a historical account of the events of April 19, 1943, when Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann ingested an experimental dose of a new compound known as lysergic acid diethylamide and embarked on the world’s first acid trip.

Featuring an introduction from renowned ethnopharmacologist, Dennis McKenna, Brian Blomerth’s Bicycle Day combines an extraordinary true story told in journalistic detail with the artist’s gritty, timelessly Technicolor comix style that is a testament to mind expansion, and a stunningly original visual history.

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Artnews Interview

Head Hi Brooklyn Designs 2019