Issued in an edition of 100. Each copy signed and numbered by the artist. One number (from 1-9, followed by 0) is printed from a hand-carved letterpress block on the recto of each page. Numbers are printed in orange, blue, black and blind. A line of squares in the corresponding number is stamped in blind on the verso of each page for numbers 1-8.
"The book explores ideas central to Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass including transcendentalism, or the inherent goodness of nature, and realism, depicting familiar things as they are. It captures both the complexity and simplicity of nature by juxtaposing dimensional paper grass texture and a quote about nature and wonder. The book is not a reprinting of all of Whitman's words but an art object that encapsulates the feeling of Whitman." -- Author's statement.