brightpinkmosquito:

Clark Coolidge.  From The So, 1971.  Read or Download at Eclipse Archive.  

brightpinkmosquito:

Clark Coolidge.  From The So, 1971.  Read or Download at Eclipse Archive.  



Next to glue out the spines, then trim all three faces, and then attach spine liners. For this one, I’m using a super sturdy cambric for the liner.

Next to glue out the spines, then trim all three faces, and then attach spine liners. For this one, I’m using a super sturdy cambric for the liner.


hafenzimmer:

printmakingporn:

Look at this place… is it wrong to want to make love to a print studio?  Just put on some Boyz II Men and get down to it.

such a perfect printing place

(via printmakersopenforum)


banquetedpdx:

brightpinkmosquito:

Robert Creely with Allen Ginsberg at the Vancouver Conference (July 1963) issued as Audit Vol. V No. 1 in the Spring of 1968.  Download PDF Here

Cuneiform Press

banquetedpdx:

brightpinkmosquito:

Robert Creely with Allen Ginsberg at the Vancouver Conference (July 1963) issued as Audit Vol. V No. 1 in the Spring of 1968.  Download PDF Here

Cuneiform Press



tonytobecasual:

Book of Percival | 7

tonytobecasual:

Book of Percival | 7


tonytobecasual:

Book of Percival | 6

tonytobecasual:

Book of Percival | 6


Rob Stanton, from “The Tuymans Sonnets” (THE METHOD, published by Penned in the Margins, 2011).

Rob Stanton, from “The Tuymans Sonnets” (THE METHOD, published by Penned in the Margins, 2011).


Nearing the end of sewing text blocks on Ted’s book…

Nearing the end of sewing text blocks on Ted’s book…



kimberlyalidio:

Note: the image above is a schematic of the back of the Antikythera mechanism, an ancient analog computer designed to predict solar and lunar eclipses. It leads me to ask: what systems indicate the ways we imagine the future, and how may language enter and disrupt this equation… (via Into motions and relations: metonic cycles with Myung Mi Kim | Jacket2)

kimberlyalidio:

Note: the image above is a schematic of the back of the Antikythera mechanism, an ancient analog computer designed to predict solar and lunar eclipses. It leads me to ask: what systems indicate the ways we imagine the future, and how may language enter and disrupt this equation… (via Into motions and relations: metonic cycles with Myung Mi Kim | Jacket2)