LIMITED EDITION of 20 copies, designed, dyed, printed, and bound by Carol Blinn. Hardcover Pamphlet. 6 1/2 x 4 3/4 inches. 6 leaves of Niyodo Natural paper (including the title page [title page printed in 2 colors] and colophon) digitally printed and stitched into a bifolia of hand-dyed Kyosei-shi paper; text clean, unmarked. Copper-toned silk moire cloth over boards, printed paper front cover label; binding square and tight. Warwick Press invoice for this book made out to Greg Campbell, Campbell-Logan Bindery, with a hand written note to Campbell from Carol Blinn laid in. Greg Campbell's copy, proprietor of Campbell-Logan Bindery. SIGNED by Carol Blinn on the colophon. Fine. Printed in memory of Harold McGrath, Leonard Baskin, Arno Werner, Hugh McMillan, Jr., and George and Jule Poole, this clever series of lines reviews the development of symbolic human communications through the first cave drawings to the development of the alphabet, and contributions to this process from throughout human history. This volume of paper and dye samples is one of the smallest editions from Carol Blinn's Warwick Press, which opened shop in 1973. REFERENCE: 7 copies Worldcat, all east of Iowa City, Iowa.
Carol J. Blinn, A Lettered Life, Warwick Press, Limited Edition, Fine Press, Artist's Book