A collection of small products and publications designed and produced by Erich Nagler.
Brooklyn Tote Bag
Hand-pulled black screen-print on heavyweight natural cotton canvas tote bag with reinforced straps. Bag measures 14.5" x 14.5". Design features a silhouette map of the borough of Brooklyn, New York, with the name “Brooklyn” emblazoned across the center. While supplies last!
Red Line Blues 7:
Giving the recession what 'fer! Features a cover screen-printed by hand, and full-color artworks inside. Filled with stories both fantastic and brutal about surviving — and sometimes thriving — when times are tight. 76 pages, 5" x 7.5". First edition of 500.
Red Line Blues 6:
Nothing to Lose
The big leap; the impossible dream. The seat of your pants and the skin of your teeth. Poems and stories from folks at the bottom who simply refuse to give in. 96 pages, 4.5" x 6.25". First edition of 300.
Red Line Blues 5:
Billie Holiday — her voice, her aura, her era. A strong group of writers bears witness, confirming that the Lady is ever current. 72 pages, 4.5" x 6.25". First edition of 300.
Red Line Blues 4:
Hole In the Wall
rom dive bars to dumpsters, roadhouses to rat holes — authors, poets, and a couple musicians reflect on the places and spaces they just can't get out of their minds. 72 pages, 5" x 7". First edition of 400
Red Line Blues 3:
The year of Desert Storm, Family Matters, Kristi Yamaguchi, and Terminator 2. And much, much more. Red Line Blues writers look back on a year of greatness and embarassment. 96 pages, 4" x 5.5". First edition of 400.
Red Line Blues 2:
eatures a hand-stitched binding. Tales from life on the road — made real with tail lights and semi-trailers, windows rolled down and blinding rain, star-filled skies and the occasional breakdown. 76 pages, 4.5" x 6.5". First edition of 500.