Currently Available in the Shop
Store is organized by category. Use search bar if you know what you're looking for or if you want to find things by a specific artist. ->
Push/Pull Press Books
Nightmare of Ages Art Book
Please choose electronic for pick up orders at Push/Pull. Available for pick up 11am - 7pm Sunday - Thursday, 11am - 9pm Friday - Saturday.
Collective Conscience #1
Worrying is Awesome
The Story of the Inexperienced Ghost
Art - Teen Art Program Summer 2019
Teen Art Program 2018-2019
Books by Seth Goodkind
Predators & Prophets Book
5.5 x 6.5, stapled zine, b/w with foldout poster
5.5 x 4.25 stapled zine, b/w with red cardstock cover. Includes a small sticker.
The Log Lady
That One Where You're Falling
My Heart Is True
Worshiping the Old Gods and The New
Above The Clouds
Jo Estey Original Art
Alli Good Original Art
BFF Painting #1
BFF Painting #2
BFF Painting #3
BFF Painting #4
BFF Painting #5
BFF Painting #6
BFF Painting #7
Matte finish, indoor/outdoor durable.
Not TODAY Jesus Sticker
Vert Volta Books
Emerald Reflections 2: A South Seattle Emerald Anthology
It's a story that can only be told by an area where Tgalog, and Tigrinya can flow as fluently from corner store steps as English.
Explore in this collection experiences as varied and unique as the people who grce its streets, but coalescing in one wide-ranging story: the people of South Seattle.
Frankenstein 1818 edition, by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Fly To The Assemblies: Seattle And The Rise Of The Resistance
Growing Discontent Of The Masses: Three Essays On The Social Condition
Accessible, humorous, impassioned, and strangely relevant to our present day: here are collected some of the best short pieces by Emma Goldman, once famously regarded as "the most dangerous woman in America."
Mis-Education Of The Negro
This book, written in he 1930s, represents a challenge to the American educational system & he teaching of Black History within it.
A book ever-relevant in the modern age as schools and communities struggle to raise & education Black youth in our turbulent era.
Silver Sprocket Books
Your Black Friend & Other Strangers by Ben Passmore
masterfully tackles comics about race, gentrification, the prison system, online dating, gross punks, bad street art, kung fu movie references, beating up God, and lots of other grown-up stuff with refreshing doses of humor and lived relatability.
The title comic earned Passmore a much deserved Eisner nomination, Ignatz Award for “Outstanding Comic”, and a coveted spot on NPR’s 100 Favorite Graphic Novels list.
The comics in this 120-page hardcover collection include works previously published by The Nib, VICE, and the As You Were anthology, along with brand new and unreleased material.
These comics are essential, humorous, and accessible, told through Passmore’s surreal lens in the vibrant full-color hues of New Orleans.
Magical Beatdown #2 by Jenn Woodall
Jenn Woodall’s street-harassment revenge fantasy comic, Magical Beatdown, is a hyper-violent action anime.
44 pages printed in blue and hot pink.
Your Black Friend Zine
Ben Passmore's necessary contribution to the dialogue around race in the United States, Your Black Friend is a letter from your black friend to you about race, racism, friendship and alienation.
The revised print edition of the Your Black Friend comic is in gorgeous full color on fancy matte paper stock.
Inspired by Frantz Fanon's White Skin, Black Masks, Your Black Friend is just as direct, immediate, and necessary as Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me and Claudia Rankine's Citizen.
SC, 12 full-color pages, 5.5" x 8.5"
Please Destroy My Enemies Book by Michael Sweater
Michael Sweater’s Silver Sprocket debut is back in dazzling full-color.
Revel in shades of Gary Larson’s subversive cute animal absurdism, Matt Groening’s bone-dry deadpan, and Bill Watterson’s pre-adult philosophical inquiry.
Boing Boing raves “I love Michael Sweater’s collection of 60 darlingly ironic and awful comics.”
64 full-color pages; 6 x 6 inches; soft-cover
Our Best Shot
The first hand account of a Supervised Injection Facility operating illegally in the United States against the disastrous “War On Drugs.”
Despite needle exchange programs of questionable legality scattered throughout the country, drug policy in the United States remains a horrifically immoral mess, costing thousands of lives and millions of dollars every year.
Our politically motivated drug policies are divorced from shared goals of helping addicts get off drugs, improving public health and safety, rehabilitation, and crime reduction.
Supervised Injection Facilities are proven to save lives, save money, prevent crime, and serve as a gateway to treatment everywhere else in the developed world, yet remain illegal in the United States.
This comic book is the true story of one such secret facility.
30 pages, 7.5" x 5.5", full-color cover, b&w inside pages
Books From James Stanton
Soyuz 11 pin set
Emerald Comics Distro Books
Bara Emergency graphic novel
This collection of short comics about dudes kissin’ other dudes (and robots, and monsters, and...) comes from the erotic comics site of the same name. To quote the disclaimer at the front of the book, “This is a book of nude rude dudes explicitly rocking each others’ boner zones.”
Creator(s): Nero O’Reilly
Audience: Adults 18+ Only
Format: 160 pgs, B&W
Trim Size: 5.5" x 8"
Baggage Claim vol. 2
Levi Hastings’ art has appeared in The Stranger, the Beyond anthologies, and more. Enjoy his beautiful watercolors in these dinosaur and travel themed art books.
Creator(s): Levi Hastings
Audience: All ages
Format: 36 pgs, full color
Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Please Kill My Enemies Pin
1.25" limited edition enamel pin with rubber back
Artwork by Michael Sweater
Broken Mirror Pin
Inspired by gothic tales of scornful lovers and heartbreak.
Limited edition enamel pin.
Artwork by Valerie Niemeyer
1.5 soft enamel silver pin. 2 post backing for secure placement.