50 + 10 A.P.
9x11.5", 120 Pages
Design - Morgan Brill
Essay - John Friel
Project Coordination - Jennifer Keats
Assembly & Production - April Wilkins
Printed on Red River and Canson archival papers
About the project:
Blisner, Ill. is a book project that provides an account of what happened in and what remains of a single Rust Belt town during the process of deindustrialization. Every page is being printed individually, using fully archival media and every book is assembled, cut, and bound by hand. The cover features an image inlay and text inlaid on the spine. The edition is being offered at cost for the material and labor involved to produced each individual book. All shipping will go through Fedex to minimize delivery problems. This book was published with the gracious support of Columbia College Chicago Photography Department's Digital Artist in Residence Program, Red River Paper, and Moab Paper. For more information about the project, download this text that was used as an exhibition proposal.
Option #1 - Standard Edition
Option #2 - Special Edition, #1-10 out of the 50 edition
Includes custom, handmade slip case and two 8x10" archival prints in an edition of 10, enclosed in a custom envelope.