About Ghost & Company
Buzz Poole has written about art and culture for numerous outlets, including The Village Voice, The Believer, Print, Salon, San Francisco Chronicle, and The Millions. He is the author of Madonna of the Toast, an examination of the visual manifestations of religious and secular icons and their cultural implications. Called a “lively book” by The Economist, it was named one of 2007’s Best Underground Books by the New Statesman.
Christopher D Salyers is a Brooklyn-based, AIGA award-winning book designer and author of numerous popular culture titles. Vending Machines: Coined Consumerism is his visual analysis of this growing consumer model, and Face Food Recipes: A How-To Guide, part of a series that looks at the Japanese phenomenon of character bento boxes, was described by Grafik as “dripping with enthusiasm and awe.” His work has been feature in Wired, The New York Times, Fast Company, Grafik, Fader, Monocle, TV Asahi, and Fox News. Visit christopherdsalyers.com.