"The publication is at once an invitation to wake and to sleep," the shop says.
The Munich-based interdisciplinary project and record store describes it as "a collage in book form." Informed by research on the topic of sleep, the 136-page book is filled with text and black-and-white risograph prints from contributors Yutie Lee, Benjamin Roeder, Thomas Kartsolis and Julian Baumann. It's available in an edition of 500 copies from the Public Possession website.
Public Possession bosses Marvin and Valentino recently outlined the label's music release schedule for 2017, which includes productions from the likes of András and Mr. Tophat.