Since 2010, Boo-Hooray has published over 118 titles. Boo-Hooray publishes in a wide variety of formats, including limited artist editions, exhibition catalogues, zines, vinyl records, pamphlets, broadsides and posters, and facsimile reprintings of important cultural narratives.
Boo-Hooray has published works by Larry Clark, William Gibson, Jason Polan, John Holmstrom, Angus MacLise, Ira Cohen, Jon Savage and Linder Sterling, Ed Sanders Jack Womack, Ed Wood, Frederick Rolfe/Baron Corvo, Ray Johnson, Jack Smith, Asger Jorn and Jacqueline de Jong, Penny Rimbaud, and Gee Vaucher.
MONTEZLAND presents an expanded portrait of the legendary pre-Stonewall drag performer Mario Montez (1935-2013). Showcasing ephemera, photographs, documents, costumes, and film, the exhibition explores Montez’s role in and influence on the New York underground during the 1960s and 70s.
SOUNDS OF TWO EYES OPENING PHOTOGRAPHS BY SPOT
In Sinecure Books' newest release, Spot — the legendary hardcore producer and master photographer — captures a uniquely Californian moment in time, from the burgeoning punk scene, to the beach, surf, and skate cultures of the 0s, 70s, and 80s.
LENNY KAYE'S SCIENCE FICTION FANZINES 1941-1970
These fanzines are about science-fiction subculture, sometimes serious, sometimes crazy, and sometimes serious and crazy. The visionary amateur cover art is outside of the realm of anything we've ever seen.
NEW WIVES TALES
Boo-Hooray and Milk staged a one-day-only exhibition of the drawings, and published a limited edition artists book signed and numbered, each containing one of the 114 original drawings.
RENEGADES OF RHYTHM
This exhibition celebrates several of hip hop's pioneers. Afrika Bambaataa: the architect of the music, Buddy Esquire: the premier flyer artist and inventor of the genre's visual aesthetic, Charlie Ahearn: the director of Wild Style, and Joe Conzo: the photographer who documented the earliest days of the Bronx art form, before its mass popularity.
DE GEER DELUXE
This deluxe edition of 200 comes with a signed vintage 4x6 photographic print. The MOCA exhibition catalog De Geer has silkscreen covers and presents an 80 page overview of De Geer's striking black and white photography.
ALPHA & OMEGA
A hand-stamped lavender envelope containing Baron Corvo's first and last published work, along with essays by Johan Kugelberg and Michael P. Daley, and reprinting by Cecil Woolf and Timothy d'Arch Smith's 1960 exhibition catalog. Issued in an edition of 100 copies.
PUNK GRAFFITI CONTEST NO. 17: SHAUN CASSIDY
A zine collecting the submissions to the second Punk Magazine Graffiti Contest, announced in Punk #17 in 1979. Limited to 125 copies. Signed, numbered, and with an original sketch by John Holmstrom.
ED WOOD'S SLEAZE PAPERBACKS DELUXE EDITION
A deluxe edition of 250 copies of the illustrated bibliography that comes in a silkscreened slipcase and accompanied by a pink-fluffed 7" vinyl record. After his famously bad films, Ed Wood went on to to write pornagraphic paperbooks. This is an illustrated bibliography of Wood's sleaze.
THE SITUATIONIST TIMES FACSIMILE
A boxed-set of facsimiles for all 6 issues of Jacqueline De Jong's The Situationist Times, with a 7th issue featuring commentary, ephemera, and interviews. Published in an edition of 1000 copies, housed in a silkscreen slipcase, and comes with a signed and numbered bookplate.
ARTISTS' BOOK NOT ARTISTS' BOOK EXHIBIT CATALOG
An exhibition catalogue featuring artists like Chris Burden, Jack Chick, Tina Lhotsky, Ed Ruscha, Sean Landers, William Gibson, David Wojnarowicz, Richard Hell, John Baldessari and Ira Cohen. The edition of 500 comes wrapped in a full-color poster of the exhibited books.
ED WOOD'S SLEAZE PAPERBACKS
After his famously bad films, Ed Wood went on to write pornographic paperbacks. This is an illustrated bibliography of Ed Wood's career as a sleaze writer. Published in an edition of 750 copies.
DREAMWEAPON: THE ART AND LIFE OF ANGUS MACLISE 1938-1979
The exhibition catalog of underground polyglot and original drummer fo the Velvet Underground. MacLise's lifework included music, calligraphy, performace art, poetry, drawings, plays, and limited edition artist's books.
DREAMWEAPON II VINYL LP "SECRET HISTORY" (2ND PRESSING)
Second volume of our Angus MacLise music series. Dreamweapon II features MacLise playing aside his wife Hetty. Tracks were recorded from 1965-1969.
THE SECRET PUBLIC DELUXE PORTFOLIO
A portfolio of 12 silkscreens reprinting Jon Savage and Linder Sterling's punk fanzine The Secret Public, a zine that set the standard for the Manchester punk look. Signed, limited edition of 40.
LONDON'S OUTRAGE #2
An artists' book reprint of Jon Savage's 1978 proto-zine of urban decay in London. This edition of 50 is printed as a continuous accordian fold in a silscreened acetate slipcase.
BRAD PITT'S DOG
The first collection of essays by writer, archivist, and curator Johan Kugelberg. Subjects include: record fair psychogeography, Michael Jackson's moral ambiguity, Malcolm McLaren, Dash Snow, and Daido Moriyama.
OPPOSITION: BLACK MASK, BEN MOREA, AND U.A.W.M.F.
An exhibition catalog of Ben Morea's work as artist and anarchist, featuring reprints of Black Mask, his work with UAW/MF and Rat magazine, and flyer and broadside work for various LES community organizations.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY SPOT
Killer photographs of SoCal punks and beach bunnies from the 70s/80s by Spot, original house producer for seminal punk label SST Records. Edited and with cover drawings by Ed Templeton. Edition of 500.
WAIT FOR ME AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POOL
Exhibition catalog of exotic master Jack Smith. Risograph-printed and wrapped in a silkscreen fold-out dustjacket. Edition of 300 copies. Edited by Johan Kugelberg and John Zorn.
DEAD LIE THE VELVETS UNDERGROUND! R.I.P. LONG LIVE LOU REED!
This is a reprint. 8vo, saddle-stapled wraps. One of 200 copies. Facsimile edition of Lester's 1971 article in Creem, reproducing many holograph corrections. Fine.
THAT'S LIFE: THE O.L. JAGGERS STORY
A biography of the Los Angeles preacher/con-man who used UFOs and Sinatra to win over crowds of earnest migrant populations and ironic stoned teenagers with psychedelic liturgies and failed utopian construction projects.