Knight Library Press / University of Oregon, 2002. Margot Voorhies Thompson. Flexible covers. Number 36 of 100 copies. There were 10 additional lettered copies for participants. Signed by the artist and author. A haunting essay by Pattiann Rogers about the relationship between animals and people. She describes both our love and adoration of animals but also our exploitation and cruelty: “Some of us like to sculpt them and make statues and carvings of them ... Some of us like to go out and catch them and kill them and eat them.” Pattiann has won numerous awards for her poetry including a Guggenheim Fellowship and the Lannan Award for Poetry. Bound in flexible boards with black morocco spine and red paste paper covered boards. Features four etchings by Margot Voorhies Thompson printed on Mulberry paper. Includes a CD of the author reading her work. Printed on Heinemule Heine in handset Bembo for the body text. Housed in a red cloth clamshell box. Unpaginated. Fine in fine box. PRI/033011. Fine in fine box.
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Rutland, VT: Shattuck Studios. Number 4 of 5 copies signed by the book artist. This is an inventive work from well-known artist Carolyn Shattuck that displays her skill in using various book structures to convey meaning and context in the books she creates. IShe writes: Save the Elephants was designed to bring awareness of their struggle as the population is rapidly declining due mainly to poachers. Her text describes the loss of these magnificent animals and the desperate efforts of those trying to save them. Her design uses an accordion structure from which origami elephants are standing when the book is extended open. They are made with patterned Origami Lokta paper that evoke African fabric designs. The book also uses Canson Mi Teinte, Lama Li, Elephant Hide and Washi papers. The binding is a plain grey. The work is housed in a brown paper slipcase with title label to cover, a gilt paper spine, and a belly band of the same gilt paper. In fine condition. 5.25 x 13.5 x 1.25 inches closed. ARTISTSBOOK/062819. Fine.