Presentation by VOID : [minor adaptations by L'Ascenseur Végétal]
" MEAT consists of 28 signatures printed in 6 different printing techniques: Offset, Silkscreen, Letterpress, Photocopy, Digital printing, Risograph, using 8 different paper stocks.
Each copy of MEAT has been painfully hand-bound by the VOID team. Hand-binding 250 copies of a book this complex is a long process, and each copy will be unique, dated and signed by the person who produced it. "
The book includes a text by Brad Feuerhelm, editor and main contributor of the website ASX (American Suburb X).
PLEASE NOTE: As indicated, each copy is hand-bound and consequently may present imperfections inherent to the production process.
336 pages - Softcover
VOID, 2018 (230 copies)
Format : 23.5 x 34 cm
New - Mint condition (see note above)
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