Theese pages (front + centerspead) are part of a book, handprinted in 15 ex. The pictures are silkscreen and the text is printed by hand in an old bookprinting-machine (the one with loose types of lead, the way Gutenberg inventioned in the 15th century) This technique leaves each letter/type with the characteristic (and lovley) relief. What's ever more interesting is experimenting with printing without using color on the rollers. There's actually a blind-printed between the second and the third line. It didn't want to get caught by scanner or camera!
The text's original language is swedish. I tried my best when I translated it, please let me know if it is un-understandable.
over great mountains (proposally the rocky one's)
might there be something to findwith open eyes
"i mean....excellent claritydespite brain and youth"