A Conversation with Bjork features a transcribed conversation that took place between Bjork and Asmundur Jonsson in 2002.
Recordings of Icelandic poetry and rímur recorded around the year 1960 by the Poet Society of Iðunn, assembled by Steindór Andersen (Sigur Rós) and directed by Rósa Þorsteinsdóttir
You are nothing. Your friends are nothing. Your parents are nothing. Your siblings are nothing. I am nothing. Nobody is nothing. There is nothing nowhere, at all. Except this book, which is something. “Cannibalism, incest and general mayhem. And that’s just for starters.” (The Guardian)
A collection of Dagsson’s early work. In this book you will find 222 cartoons about everything you shouldn’t joke about. “This is simply offensive trash, so-called cartoons by someone with as much drawing talent as my dog, and strap-lines that are as offensive as they could possibly be – Have I made my point yet? [...]
A collection of Dagsson’s early work. In this book you will find 222 examples of extremely inappropriate humor „This book is for the slightly demented. Being slightly to highly demented, I loved it. If you enjoy jokes about incest, murder, cannibalism, sex, and just about every sin imaginable, I highly recommend it.“ – Some guy [...]
“Hugleikur Dagsson is the funniest Icelandic cartoonist I have ever read.” – Judd Apatow A collection of 101 cartoons chosen by a team of scientists at cern to make sure only the bloody best made it to the book.
Hugleikur Dagsson has drawn thousand of cartoons. But here are only 101 of them. Because you’re probably in a hurry. „Tasteful? No. Funny? Yes.“ The Telegraph