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Distributor

There is no third party distributor.
We like to build direct relationships with the stores that stock our books.

Commission

All Hato Press books will be distributed as wholesale.
A minimum of 5 books is required to qualify as a wholesale order.

Our price structure is as follows:
• 40% Publisher
• 60% Retailer

Wholesale Shipping

Shipping will be covered by retailer.

Sales / Inquiries

All inquiries and orders for titles should be sent to: books@hatopress.net

LONDON

Beach London 20 Cheshire Street, London E2 6EH

Banner Repeater Platform 1, Hackney Downs Network Rail, London E8 1LA

Blackwell’s at the Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE

bookartbookshop 17 Pitfield Street, London N1 6HB

ICA The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH

KK Outlet 42 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB

Koenig Books 80 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0BB

Koenig Books at the Serpentine Gallery Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA

Koenig Books at the Whitechapel Gallery 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX

Lik + Neon 106 Sclater Street, London E1 6HR

London Centre for Book Arts Unit 18, Ground Floor Britannia Works, Dace Road, London E3 2NQ

L’Orangerie 162 Columbia Road, London E2 7RG

Luminous Books Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA

Nook 153 Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0UH

The Photographers’ Gallery 16-18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW

South London Gallery 65-67 Peckham Road, London SE5 8UH

Suwun Netil Market, 23 Westgate Street, London E8 7NY

Tenderbooks 6 Cecil Court, London WC2N 4HE

Ti Pi Tin 47 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 8EL

V&A Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL

 

UK

First Age Comics 3 Moor Lane, Lancaster LA1 1QD

Good Press 12 Kings Court, Glasgow G1 5RB

The NewBridge Project 12 New Bridge St West, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8AW

 

AUSTRALIA

Metropolis Bookshop  3/252 Swanston Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

 

AUSTRIA

sous-bois Neustiftgasse 33, 1070 Wien

 

BRAZIL

Kaput Livros

 

FRANCE

castillo/corrales 80 Rue Julien Lacroix, 75020 Paris

 

JAPAN

UGUiSU the little shoppe Warou Flat 4, #7, 3-3-23 Azabudai, Minato-ku, 106-0041, Tokyo

UTRECHT 5-36-6 Jingumae 2C, Shibuya-ku, 150-000, Tokyo

 

SOUTH KOREA

Dusruf 41-10 Cheonho-daero 168-gil, Gangdong-gu, Seoul

Your Mind 326-29, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

 

USA

Printed Matter 195 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10011

 

Open Books Volumes A—E
£ 40.00
Open Books Volumes A—E
£ 40.00
Editor: Charlotte Cheetham & Sophie Demay
Designer: Sophie Demay
Pages: 342pp + cover
Dimensions: 16.5x24cm
ISBN: 978-1-910239-12-4
The Open Books project explores connections between printed objects and forms of exhibitions. It consists of a series exhibitions, events, and a publication that offer potential spaces to experiment with these interactions. 

Open Books Volumes documents this research as it goes along, questioning its own status as a catalogue. Each iteration gives birth to new content that complements the previous one. As a pile of books stacking up in a library, invariably connected to one another by their successive readings...

Volumes is a catalogue, a collection of captions, images, a series of invitations, a bookmark left in places where the editors would like someone to stop. Or is it the actual archiving of an object in real time? In any case, it is what accompanies, completes and supports a research, somewhere between an open book and an exhibition, with a permeability flowing constantly from one another.

Content:
Volume A*: Documents
Volume B*: Material
Volume C*: Exhibition catalogue
Volume D: Exhibition archive
Volume E: Spaces, Crossroads, Margins and Intervals
* reprinted and extended from first edition, 2011.

With new contributions from: 
Constance Moréteau, Fraser Muggeridge, Fay Nicolson and Oliver Smith, James Langdon and Stuart Whipps, officeabc (Brice Domingues and Catherine Guiral), Alexandru Balgiu, Dominique Hurth, Jérôme Dupeyrat, Ghazaal Vojdani, Angélique Buisson, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Paul Bailey, Aurélien Mole, Valérian Goalec, Lorraine Furter and Museum of Museum.

Only available online, free shipping for UK mainland
Sketchbook (Aki)
£ 8.00
Sketchbook (Aki)
£ 8.00
Editor: Hato Press
Designer: Various
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 19.7x20.5cm
Publisher: Hato Press
As a print house we believe in helping the environment as much as we can. These large sketchbooks are a random collection of all our test prints, mistakes, and offprints. They feature snapshots of overlaid artwork, thoughts and writings from Hato Press’ extended family and friends. Aki version features a laminated cover printed in red, federal blue and metallic gold. Each sketchbook is unique.
Note Pad (Natsu)
£ 4.00
Note Pad (Natsu)
£ 4.00
Editor: Hato Press
Designer: Various
Pages: 50
Dimensions: 7x20.5cm
Publisher: Hato Press
As a print house we believe in helping the environment as much as we can. These lined note pads are a random collection of all our test prints, mistakes, and offprints. They feature snapshots of overlaid artwork, thoughts and writings from Hato Press’ extended family and friends. Natsu version features a laminated cover printed in yellow, aqua blue and fluro orange. Each notebook is unique.
Note pad (Aki)
£ 4.00
Note pad (Aki)
£ 4.00
Editor: Hato Press
Designer: Various
Pages: 50
Dimensions: 7x20.5cm
Publisher: Hato Press
As a print house we believe in helping the environment as much as we can. These lined note pads are a random collection of all our test prints, mistakes, and offprints. They feature snapshots of overlaid artwork, thoughts and writings from Hato Press’ extended family and friends. Aki version features a laminated cover printed in red, federal blue and metallic gold. Each note pad is unique.
Notebook (Natsu)
£ 2.00
Notebook (Natsu)
£ 2.00
Editor: Hato Press
Designer: Various
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 9.7x13.4cm
Publisher: Hato Press
As a print house we believe in helping the environment as much as we can. These notebooks are a random collection of all our test prints, mistakes, and offprints. They feature snapshots of overlaid artwork, thoughts and writings from Hato Press’ extended family and friends. Natsu version features a laminated cover printed in yellow, aqua blue and fluro orange. Each notebook is unique.
Notebook (Aki)
£ 2.00
Notebook (Aki)
£ 2.00
Editor: Hato Press
Designer: Various
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 9.7x13.4cm
Publisher: Hato Press
As a print house we believe in helping the environment as much as we can. These notebooks are a random collection of all our test prints, mistakes, and offprints. They feature snapshots of overlaid artwork, thoughts and writings from Hato Press’ extended family and friends. Aki version features a laminated cover printed in red, federal blue and metallic gold. Each notebook is unique.
Birthday card by Jean Jullien
£ 2.75
Birthday card by Jean Jullien
£ 2.75
Illustrator: Jean Jullien
Dimensions: 152 x 107
Part of a new collection of stationery by Hato in collaboration with French artist and illustrator Jean Jullien.
Congratulations card by Jean Jullien
£ 2.75
Congratulations card by Jean Jullien
£ 2.75
Illustrator: Jean Jullien
Dimensions: 10.7x15.2cm
Part of a new collection of stationery by Hato in collaboration with French artist and illustrator Jean Jullien.
Ithilien
Sold out
Ithilien
Sold out
Author: Leah Stewart
Pages: 24pp + cover
Dimensions: 27x20cm
Publisher: Hato Press
ISBN: N/A
Ithilien is a book of drawings about family and legacy, exploring the objects and ideas we pass on and how these personal artifacts take on new meaning across generations. Through vibrant drawings of gardens, portraits and treasures this book documents one person’s journey to understand the past through what is left behind.
Flat
£ 9.95
Flat
£ 9.95
Author: Jay Cover
Pages: 20pp + cover
Dimensions: 17x24cm
Publisher: Hato Press
ISBN: N/A

Flat is a playfully illustrated tribute to the furniture, characters and objects in our homes, a celebration of contemporary designer makers and the spaces in which we live.

The book featuring illustrations inspired by the work of numerous designers; Johanna Dehio, Martino Gamper, Gonçalo Campos and Studio Gormand, APO, Felix De Pass, Charles and Ray Eames, Max Lamb, Micheal Marriott, Fort Standard, Some Wow, Kyuhyung Cho, Sebastian Cox, Martino Gamper and Dean Edmond
Cooking with Scorsese
£ 7.99
Cooking with Scorsese
£ 7.99
Editor: Hato
Designer: Studio Hato
Pages: 158pp
Dimensions: 11.5x22cm
ISBN: 978-1-910239-08-7
Iron-cooked ham and cheese sandwiches, cailles en sarcophagi, explosive pissing beef balls; low, high, accessible, obscure, comical – food, like art, is served up in various guises, but whatever form it takes, it shares the common traits of being a stimulant as well as a necessity for living. Food and art also share a common space at the heart of Hato’s practice. Each day they serve up a communal afternoon meal, creating an opportunity to down tools and enjoy the moment. Now, with this book – a black- and-white trailer for a full colour feature to be published soon – they welcome you to join in this homage to both food, and to films that celebrate eating in all sorts of compelling ways. – Ananda Pellerin, Editor, The Gourmand
Chie Chihiro Manga Book 1
Number 2 on its way
Chie Chihiro Manga Book 1
Number 2 on its way
Author: Chie Chihiro
Pages: 30pp
Dimensions: 18x25.5cm
ISBN: N/A
Chie Chihiro Manga Book 1 is a collection of surreal stories by the Japanese collective that will make you laugh out loud. Printed on colour paper in a traditional Japanese manga format, it is the first of many offerings from Chie Chihiro to come.
Abcdefruit & Vegetables
£ 15.00
Abcdefruit & Vegetables
£ 15.00
Author: Hato
Pages: 36
Dimensions: 20x21.5cm
Publisher: Hato Press
ISBN: 978-1-910239-04-9
Dear parents,
This is a book about alphabets, shapes, colours and patterns. Learning through documenting and creating, it is a way of involving children in actions which are educational. This book doesn’t prescribe. Treat this as a hand book for printing, a stamp collection and your very unique alphabet book. Please enjoy creating with your children using something as simple and natural as fruit and vegetable.
In the Garden
£ 6.00
In the Garden
£ 6.00
Author: Emily Rand
Pages: 16pp
Dimensions: 14x17cm
ISBN: 978-1-910239-05-6
Hidden between these beautifully illustrated pages are stories waiting to be told and retold many times. Who left that red feather behind ? And why ? Do those trees look strangely familiar  to you?

All of the pages are die-cut, laminated, and hand sewn together to form this unique and ever-lasting volume.

The first of an extended series of books by Emily Rand to be published by Hato Press in 2014. Future titles include Under the Sea, In the Rainforest and Above the Snowy Mountains.
AHA
£ 12.00
AHA
£ 12.00
Author: Molly Kyhl & Nazareno Crea
Editor: Molly Kyhl
Designer: Molly Kyhl
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 17.5x 26cm
Publisher: Hato Press
ISBN: 978-1-910239-03-2
‘AHA’ is a collection of games, exercises and illustrations that follow a non-linear logic. ‘AHA’ is based on ideas developed collaboratively between Nazareno Crea and Molly Kyhl. ‘AHA’ aim to encourage independent thoughts and solutions. Facts are highly flexible.
Studio Cookbook II
£ 12.00
Studio Cookbook II
£ 12.00
Author: Various
Editor: Hato
Designer: Studio Hato
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 13.2x23.6cm
Publisher: Hato Press
ISBN: 978-1-910239-01-8
Studio Cookbook II is the second volume in an ever expanding Hato cookbook series, a third studio cookbook is already in the works and a movie cookbook ‘Cooking with Scorsese and Others’ will be released in 2014.

Studio Cookbook started off as a series of informal gatherings aiming to promote sociable lunches within different workspaces.

This edition features recipes from AND Publishing, Art Licks, Goodwin Hartshorn, The Gourmand, Manystuff, Meadham Kirchhoff, Mind Design, Fraser Muggeridge studio, Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad and more…
FOUNT
£ 39.90
FOUNT
£ 39.90
Editor: Adam Cheltsov, Jackson Lam (hato), Patrick Lacey (åbäke) and Jérôme Rigaud (electronest)
Pages: 130
Dimensions: 19.2x27cm
ISBN: N/A
‘The following Chapters, being intended as a popular summary of a very large and interesting subject, only profess to deal with the most important aspects of that subject, both on its historical and practical side.’

Fount should be considered as a series of suggestions, an incomplete guide to St Bride library and to the making and doing of things. Its content has been directly sourced from St Bride’s bookshelves, which house some familiar and rare volumes, to which we have added annotations and instructions of our own.

Limited edition of 100, hand made.