The Observer printed at the Borowsky Center for Publications Arts, The University of the Arts in Philadelphia

April 23rd, 2005


For a week in April, I was the vonHess Visiting Artist at the Borowsky Center at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. A new artists book, The Observer, was printed in duotone with small holes cut out on a letterpress. One sees a face from every decade from age ten to fifty through these eye holes. The result is humorous, true, and mildly disturbing.

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