N/A - AV0074
In Midwest Dirt, the images are introduced through a single phrase:
"Now it’s just after harvest time, my favorite time of year. The fields are almost cleared and I’m barefoot on my porch with a beer in my hand. I can see for miles."
Midwest dirt is designed as a double booklet bound in the same folded cover, close with a string passing though reinforcement rings. A really beautiful production.
Self-published through Same Coin Press.
Edited by Matt Johnston.
Printed and designed by Akina Factory.
80 pages - Two booklet bound in a single softcover, closed with a string passing through a metallic ring
Same Coin Press, 2014
New - Mint condition
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