Limited edition of 80 copies, signed and numbered in pencil by the six artists. An artists' book exploring voting rights and identity politics. "We created this book with the intent of shedding light on the history of voting rights within the United States. Our goal was to share voices not often heard within the mainstream and to build a more nuanced conversation then was offered during the polarizing 2016 election period.
Edition of 26 numbered copies. "M/W serves as a method of memorializing the slain and wronged, and of teaching our children and ourselves to be vigilant and wary in hostile terrain, where your skin color makes you an easy target." — Colophon.
"This book was printed at the Scripps College Press in Spring 2018 as the course final project for ARTS 135: Typography and Book Arts taught by Prof. Blassingame. The theme of the course was the edible fruits on the campus of Scripps College and in the surrounding area. Each student focused on a single type of fruit that grows on the campus." — Colophon
"The students of the Spring 2018 Typography and Book Arts class chose to focus on the role of ten fruit trees in marketing, tourism, cuisine, labor, and popular culture." — Preliminary leaf