"Chickens today feathers tomorrow"
Artichoke Yink Press
Author: M. Weber, and C. K.Wilde
44 pages, 4" x 4 1/2".
Wilde used Rives BFK paper served as coffee mats for months, then bound the coffee stained paper into a small book and passed it to Weber; who was inspired to write a allegorical poem about the ironic resonances between drinking coffee, the exploitation of child laborers by the coffee industry and the sexual act of swallowing sperm. Weber used an aberrant calligraphy to integrate the poem into the stained pages. A LP record album provides a chilling casing. Tapes binding, Washi paper reinforcement. Published by AYP.
This book can be read at the Arts of the book collection at Yale University.
A. Y. C.
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