I am, as you can see, working hard to churn out the new book these days. This kind of printing is a slog. Not very difficult, not very interesting, nothing to do but crank them out sheet by sheet until all the drying racks are full. The drying is the only bottleneck, so whenever I feel like the pace is too slow, I build a couple more racks and hang them up. Right now I have enough hanging space for six of these figures (each in an editions ranging from 40-100 copies) per printing day, but that is about to increase by two:
I know, I know, what stunning feats of carpentry! Self taught, everyone, self taught. Anyway, seventy-one figures printed, forty-one to go. Cross your fingers for me, I am trying to get them all done (each one with a number in black ink) before December 19th.
More soon as I start to gear up for Made Brighton on November 20-23 at the Corn Exchange. Anybody want to come? I’ve got two for one tickets that are just waiting for their chance to take a trip by post.