Pulled: A Catalog of Screen Printing is a collection of screen prints gathered by Mike Perry, who screened his first shirt in college to wear later that evening. Since then he has been a dyed in the wool (or cotton) fan of a medium that forces its practitioners to roll up their sleeves. The book begins with a brief step-by-step description of how to make a screen print, followed by a look at the work of about 40 artists (the operative word being look - many pics, almost no text). Although this book can be described as fairly niche, it will appeal to those interested in the genre.
Paperback, 256 pages. Princeton Architectural Press, 2011. $23.10 at Amazon.