Orchard Volume Two / Not Seen | Not Said

Title: Orchard Volume Two / Not Seen | Not Said

Photographer/s: photographs by Raymond Meeks, drawings by Wes Mills

Date of publication: July 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: 44

Type of paper: Mohawk Superfine

Number of pictures: 18 photographs, 14 illustrations

Type of printing: digital b&w, two c-prints

Printer: Precision Digital Imaging, Portland OR

Publisher: Silas Finch, New York

ISBN: 978-1-936063-14-7

Category: artist book

Price: $55 / $175 / $750

Summary:
“Not Seen | Not Said” with Wes Mills combines 15 photographs by Meeks with 14 reproductions of drawings by Mills, which have been tipped in to the book’s pages.

Made by hand in Portland, Oregon, the book also features three photographic tip-ins (two color chromogenic prints and one b&w inkjet), and a remarkable front cover constructed from a silver halide transparency.

The Sustainer and Patron editions include “India”, a book of 27 photographs taken by Wes Mills in 2007 while on a motorcycle trip across India.

The Patron edition also includes a silver gelatin print by Raymond Meeks and an original drawing composed on paper by Wes Mills and mounted in a custom-made wood frame.

About the Editions:

Contributor / edition of 100

Sustainer / edition of 75
+ “India” by Wes Mills
+ presented in a handmade slipcase

Patron / edition of 15
+ “India” by Wes Mills
+ a silver gelatin print by Raymond Meeks
+ a framed original drawing composed by Wes Mills
+ presented in a handmade cloth-wrapped box

Website: http://www.silasfinch.org

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

Donated by: Silas Finch

iPL Notes: The Sustainer Edition, in an edition of 75, is in the iPL.

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