*This title is on pre-sale. Ships Spring 2022.
Hardcover, regular and limited editions
9.5 inches x 12.75 inches
24.13 cm x 32.385 cm
Candy Mountain is the final installment in David Black’s trilogy of titles with Hat & Beard Press. It follows his first two volumes, Cerro Gordo and The Days Change at Night, on another magnificent photographic journey, this time through the vast Western landscapes of his childhood memories and current geographical explorations.
Images of horses running wild and celestial skies follow radiant mountain ranges, ghostly silhouettes, and lonely deserts, all infused with an unbridled sense of freedom.
• Candy Mountain is also available as a limited edition. Produced as a negative of the original, it features a booklet comprised of production notes by Louis Gropman on the making of the book.
• Limited run of Candy Mountain t-shirts printed on FilthMart tees are now available. S, M, L, XL while they last. Choose your size in the drop-down menu above.
• Limited run of Candy Mountain t-shirts commemorating David Black's show in Paris at OFR. Los Angeles Apparel black tee, printed on front on back. Choose your size in the drop-down menu above.
• Have you been searching for a copy of the sold-out Cerro Gordo to complete your collection of David Black's trilogy of titles on H&B press? We have 10 sets of all three books available (Cerro Gordo, The Days Change at Night, and Candy Mountain), with a bonus fourth book—the limited-edition of Candy Mountain (produced as a negative of the original with a booklet of production notes by Louis Gropman on the making of the book)—and the VHS companion to The Days Change at Night, featuring a rarely seen video piece by Black produced as an audio-visual component to the book.
Grab a set before they're gone. Select "David Black Trilogy Bundle" in the drop-down menu above.
Design and typography by Taylor Giali.
David Black is a Los Angeles-based photographer and director noted for his work with musicians Daft Punk, Cat Power, Kendrick Lamar, and others. His photographs have been featured in The New Yorker and Rolling Stone, among many other publications.