Monthly ArchiveMarch 2007
trips Wednesday March 28 2007 07:51 am
Six of our placements found to date.
6) #167 - July 12, 2007 in The Elephant Vanishes by Murakami
5) #122 - May 17, 2007 in Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman
4) #115 - May 4, 2007 in On The Road by Jack Kerouac
3) #83 - March 24, 2007 in Collected Poems of Robert Frost by Robert Frost
2) #61 - February 11, 2007 in The Cantos by Ezra Pound
1) #38 - January 20, 2007 in The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
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We thought the ‘trips’ category was an interesting place to put this entry.
A nice design element we’ve built into the Histories of Newark book is a 1″ strip that runs horizontally through the entire book with full length portraits of people who live or work in Newark. This is the poster we printed to put up around town to encourage people to come and have their picture taken.
It took seven runs to do the poster. The colored lines were done about 7 at a time and were handrolled using three different colors each run. The type was a photopolymer and the white background was MDF.
Size: 15″ x 21″
This is the front and back of a postcard we letterpressed which we are mailing out to Newark residents to try and get them to be photographed for the Histories of Newark: 1758-2008 book which Wallflowers Press is designing. The front image shows a general layout with the 1″ strip of people photographs. We hope to photograph at least 3,000.
If you are reading this and either work or live in Newark, Delaware we are shooting photographs on Fridays and Saturdays from March 30th until May 5th from Noon until 8:00 pm. Just stop in. Bring something with you that represents you and dress for you and not the weather.
Studio projects Thursday March 08 2007 11:58 pm
Ray started a set of documentary images of ways people are kept from sitting somewhere.
This was the best one from a recent March 2007 trip to New York City. Basically it says, “Don’t sit here and don’t even sit on the things that say don’t sit here.”
trips Thursday March 08 2007 11:38 pm
Good Lead Graffiti friend, Mike Kaylor and Ray went to Washington, D.C. to pick up a nice Kelsey tabletop press. Afterwards they took in the Walt Whitman show at the National Portrait Gallery. The resemblence between the three of us was pretty strange.