Each leaf of heavy paper stock has cut-out footprint of the World Trade Center. The first leaves consist of a single pinhole die-cut representing the attenna; the following one hundred and twenty leaves with two identical square die-cuts represent each floor of the towers, and the final leaf is a die-cut footprint of the financial district street grid surrounding the twin towers.
"2nd edition, limited to 42, Letterpress on Dobbin Mill paper"--Label on container.
"When I was in Japan I found a dusting brush made from the pages of a cut up book. In response to this confounding choice of disposible materials, I manufactured my own dusters in this small edition"--Label on container.
Strips of paper with text and illustrations are tied with linen cord to a wooden pole.
Letterpress printed recipe cards. Issued in stiff card phase box with velcro closure. Contains one glass vial of an "elixir" of various herbs and spices in colored water. Each recipe card has an herbal recipe on one side with an associated memory of the artist's father on the other side.
"The recipes were adapted from Patricia Kyritsi Howell's Medicinal Plants of the Southern Appalachians."
"This book was inspired by a 19th century porcelain doll shown on an Antiques Roadshow TV programme. The doll's secret was unknown to its owner, who was very surprised by it's "fortune telling" power. The "fortunes" were hidden within the folds of its paper skirt, as they are within the folds of the pages of this book"--T.p. verso.
"Limited edition of 49 copies"--P. .
Signed by Kellett.
A small, modified, spiral bound book made by burning patterns into paper word collages so that letters, colors, and textures can be seen through the holes. Fore edge much larger (8 cm.) than spine (1 cm.).
Handwritten on inside of back cover: Austin, '12.
Edition limited to one copy.
Ipso facto : the oracle lies within / Matthew Liddle
Joined sheets of brown kraft paper accordion-folded to create 56 double-sided pages, paged front to back and then back to front on verso, with offset and silkscreen printing; includes envelopes with enclosures, tipped-in artwork, foldout pages, inserted books and cards, a full-size newsheet, inserted postcards, and a separate English translation booklet (paged 125-151); wrapped with a string threaded through a carved, painted gourd.
Cover art and illustrations of carved gourds from the village of Rabinal in Guatemala.
"In a tefillin-shaped case, this tiny book is accordion-folded in a step-like pattern with printed archive & contemporary photographs of the Todes-steige (Mauthausen's Stairs of Death), interspersed with the one-hundred-eighty-six numbers of the steps themselves."--Colophon.
Dobbin Mill abaca papers, computer-generated photographs, teak, mica, and cloth ribbon.
The book consists of a single flat sheet of paper, cut and folded into an accordian-type structure, with mica covers.
Round accordion fold book with four flower pop-ups attached to front and end boards, issued in a round aluminum tin with glass lid (68 x 25 mm.), rolling ball puzzle inserted in bottom of tin under glass insert.
Reproduced typescript and decorative borders on white bond pages. Heavy brown paper wrappers and pages are cut in shape of a lantern, and bound at top with large stitches made with blue yarn. Front wrapper has a large mesh insert through which can be seen underlying collage of a tree, made from a mounted, decorated white paper cutout, and incorporating real leaves, on mounted yellow paper background with torn edges. Additional decorative collages of white, blue and yellow papers are on wrappers; one incorporates leaves and author's name.
Artists' book in the shape of a castle, with a diorama of a princess in her room on the front and a pop-up accordion-fold book underneath a hinged flap in the back. Includes case made from heavy red paper.
"50 copies. Laser printed on mould-made Hahnemuhle Aquarell. Hand engineered"--Colophon.
Library holds #28/50, signed by the artist.
A collection of photographic prints documenting Hollywood Boulevard first in July 1973 and later in June 2004. Same type of camera equipment were used to re-photograph the street. The panoramic images in black and white from 1973 run parallel to 2004 colored version - contrasting the changes over three decades.