Paper Kingdom book release on August 10

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Paper Kingdom is a book documenting a collection of Baltimore music posters by Baltimore artists. The book showcases a wide range of styles and music genres happening in Baltimore now and since the 1990’s in Baltimore. The book includes work by artists in Wham City and Wildfire Wildfire to the hardcore pre-internet scene from the 1990s. The book includes interviews with Dan Deacon, Victoria LeGrand of Beach House, Shaun Flynn of Wzt Hearts, Nolen Strals of Double Dagger and Post Typography and several poster artists in Baltimore.

Beach House, Viking Moses, and Cass McCombs are performing at the book release party at the Creative Alliance, August 10th. There will be a limited amount of books for purchase at the opening. But you can order your own copy online and get it shipped directly to your door.

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