In a mad rush to use up all the paper we collected from various deposits around Berlin, Clayton glued together a bunch of sheets into perfect-bound blocks of various dimensions. Thanks to his industriousness and Z’s ingenuity the world has the good fortune of more beautiful little books wandering around. We didn’t manage to use every last scrap but we did a good job of it nonetheless.
A sad bit of news is that we lost the lovely little lino-cut stamp featuring our edicions cotton flower logo. Now we have the sad fortune or perhaps shining opportunity of deciding to carve one anew, or digitise the old one from finished prints and send it off to a stamp-maker to laser engrave us a rubber version. The benefit of the latter is expediency but perhaps thereby we’d lose a bit of the artistic touch of the lino-cut. We’ll see.
Clayton’s favourite is the fishy. What’s yours?