Emily Martin

Siftings, 2008
A relief printed book using pressure printing, letterpress and inkjet. The text is a set of 50 short stories of events from my growing up. It started as a remembrance of my mother and expanded out to include my family, my neighborhood, my elementary school and my nervous stomach. Text wove paper for the pages, Hannemeuhler Ingres Camel for the endsheets. Bound using the “Secret Belgian” binding, a 16th century binding with an interesting sewing pattern at the spine. Sixty pages. Standard edition. number 12 from an edition of 35, 11 x 6 x ¾ inches. $175


The Family Game, 2003
Subtitled “lose just by playing”, this is a game for all ages; everyone has a family of some kind. This archival inkjet printed book contains a colorful pop out presenting the playing board. A six-page pamphlet on Mohawk superfine paper with an attached cover of Emerald Canford paper. Number 19 from an edition of 100, 5 ½ x 8 ½ inches. $40

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