Political Public Poster Pedagogy comes to Floria! A People’s Curriculum for the United States is now on display at Ringling College of Art & Design in Sarasota, Florida as part of the Peace Paper Project exhibition. Please check it out if you’re in the area! This portfolio was produced in celebration of the first People’s […]
Cuneiform Press and Further Other Book Works are pleased to announce the publication of The Collages of Helen Adam. The book was edited by Alison Fraser, and features essays by James Maynard, Lewis Ellingham, Samuel R. Delany, Robert Hershon, and Kristin Prevallet. Hardcover. 176 pages. Full color throughout. Order here. There’s a nice overview of […]
A People’s Curriculum for the United States is on display at the Olin Library at Wesleyan University. Many thanks to Joy Mlozanowski for the photographs.
FREE LSD (2017) Edition of 30. 11 x 14″ Drew Matott & Kyle Schlesinger Free LSD is a collaboration between Peace Paper Projects and Cuneiform Press. The artists shredded and pulped American military uniforms to make thirty unique sheets of handmade paper. The wood type, from the renown Rob Roy Kelly Collection, was set […]
Yesterday, I received the sad news from Miles Champion that poet, teacher, editor, and friend Larry Fagin died peacefully in New York City. Larry always stressed the importance of looking up, and this snapshot by John Sarsgard beautifully distills that small gesture of optimism he embodied so naturally, and gently. Even thinking about death: I get […]
Despite the fact that the field of artists’ books has grown steadily since the mid-sixties, the discourse has been largely under-theorized. Blurred Library: Essays on Artists’ Books, is a stunning collection of the most revered essays by Tate Shaw, the Director of Visual Studies Workshop. For years, Shaw’s contributions to the field of artists’ books as […]
Yesterday I had the pleasure of printing up some posters with Adam Torres for his performance at the Cactus Cafe in Austin on February 25. It was typeset in Hobo and designed by Land. Photographs and photopolymer don’t always agree, especially if there’s a large surface area and low-contrast halftones. Max Koch and I prepared the […]
Yesterday I happened to be reading an interview I conducted with Tom Raworth ten years ago and felt especially grateful to him for thoughtfully, patiently, candidly, answering my questions as a fledging poet and printer. We discussed his early literary journal, Outburst, and two of his early presses, Matrix and later, with Barry Hall, Goliard. […]