Still was created in collaboration with the San Francisco Center for the Book as an Imprint Publication. The work is available for purchase at SFCB or through their website.

Edition of 100
36 pages
Letterpress printed with hand-cut windows and translucent waxed mulberry paper
Drumleaf binding with altered acrylic box enclosure

Still addresses ice as both a physical and metaphorical state. As a material, ice is translucent, a blank slate, a coating or covering. It can represent a season or a space that is quiet, introspective, and frozen in time. To see ice melt is to witness an unearthing, to uncover what lies beneath, but also to wonder about what lies ahead. This artist’s book features a letterpress printed poem, and was created using drypoint etching, polymer plate, and pressure printing techniques.