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Typographic Manual — $25.00

Clog Issue 16: Artificial Intelligence — $20.00

GT America Specimen — $18.00

Grilli Type Specimen — $15.00

Choking Posters — $40.00

Primary Paper Issue 1 — $25.00

Long Sun Poster — $125.00

Issue 1 — $9.00

Free Ideas Tape — Sold out

GT Pressura Specimen — $12.00

GT Sectra Specimen Poster — $30.00

Content Desert — $30.00

Between Me and Tomorrow Poster — $125.00

Zweikommasieben #17 — $12.00

Voyeur in a City — $15.00

TGSM Poster Set — $20.00

Sasha Waltz 25th — $75.00

Museum of Capitalism — Sold out

Clog x Guns — $20.00

Bricks from the Kiln #3 — $20.00

Before We Were Banned I Catalogue — $15.00

Apfel, Ball und Cha-Cha-Cha — $75.00

Walking Phoenix Prints — $150.00

Visuelt Specimen — $15.00

Millenial Pink — $42.00

Library of the Printed Web — $20.00

Food & Nature — $10.00

Talk Listen Door — $30.00

Take Shape Issue 2 — $18.00

XXXI Tote Bag — Sold out

Wizard Tote — $12.00

Welcome to Paradise Poster — $125.00

We Need to Talk — $15.00

Visual Surf Report Posters — $34.00

Tropic Issue #1 — $25.00

This Book Is ‘Not’ for Children or Morons — $35.00

The Leu Portable Sci-Fi Archive Vols. 1–4 — $17.00

The Hobbyist — $25.00

The Appearance of That Which Cannot Be Seen — $36.00

Ten — $30.00

Stimmorchester Poster — $125.00

Relative Specimen — $15.00

Reader Speicmen — $15.00

Premium Soft Hand — $42.00

Postapocalyptic Sciencefiction B-Movies — $80.00

Montefiore Specimen — $15.00

Modern Times — $55.00

Matterhorn Poster — $125.00

Mad Specimen — $35.00

GT Zirkon Specimen Poster — $30.00

This is $9,431.75 worth of stuff from our studio

The XXXI (‘Thirty One’) shop is an experimental digital store where we can ❶ sell objects created by our community. These could take the form of books, posters, objects, or miscellany (miscellany being an all-encompassing word for things that defy logical classification); ❷ explore what a store that isn’t beholden to commercial success can do; ❸ make a physical place where we sell digital things, and a digital space where we sell physical things; ❹ experiment with different models of pricing, marketing, and commerce as it relates to our design practice; ❺ have fun.

If you would like us to carry something you make, send us a mail.

We also have a sometimes-open physical store at 411 E 9th St. ↗

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