11.5" x 7.5"
29cm x 19cm
110 lb Cranes Lettra cotton rag paper
We live in the shadow of the things we’ve built. What light can we cast back on them from ourselves, before they crush us? What are any of us willing to do for a livable world?
This linocut block was commissioned for an article in the New Republic that reviewed Andreas Malm’s book How To Blow Up A Pipeline, and after I saw the excellent movie I figured it was time to print an edition. This blockprint imagines the trap of fossil fuels, and what happens when we try to break out of it. It’s complicated. And it’s going to get messy.
Printed on 110 lb Cranes Lettra cotton rag paper on a Vandercook 3 letterpress in a signed and numbered edition of 40.