Orchard Volume Three / Idyll

Title: Orchard Volume Three / Idyll

Photographer/s: Raymond Meeks and Mark Steinmetz

Contributor/s: cover and binding design by Rory Sparks and Kevin Messina

Date of publication: November 2011

Place of publication: New York

Dimensions: 11.25 x 14.75 inches

Edition size: 100 / 75 / 15

Type of binding: side-sewn softcover

Number of pages: 60

Type of paper: Mohawk Superfine

Number of pictures: 39

Type of printing: digital b&w

Printer: Digicraft, Portland OR

Publisher: Silas Finch, New York

ISBN: 978-1-936063-17-8

Category: artist book

Price: $55 / $225 / $750

Summary: “Idyll” with Mark Steinmetz combines two separate but complementary bodies of work, one by Meeks and the other by Steinmetz, to remarkable effect.

Made once again by hand in Portland, Oregon, the book features bold front and back covers with a letterpress-printed photograph by Mark Steinmetz.

The Sustainer and Patron editions include “Pastoral,” an additional book of photographs by Mark Steinmetz. A total of only 90 copies of this very special book will be available for sale.

The Patron edition also includes a freestanding broadside of two silver gelatin prints by Raymond Meeks and Mark Steinmetz.

About the Editions:

Contributor
edition of 100

Sustainer
edition of 75
+ “Pastoral” by Mark Christopher Steinmetz
+ presented in a hand made slipcase

Patron
edition of 15
+ “Pastoral” by Mark Christopher Steinmetz
+ a freestanding broadside of two silver gelatin prints
+ presented in a walnut box

Website: http://www.silasfinch.org

Book link: http://www.orchardjournal.com

Donated by: Silas Finch

iPL Notes: The iPL has the Sustainer edition.

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