This print is a collaboration between J. Hukee and Kate Robinson. It features an original poem written by Edmond Lapine (transcribed below).
J. Hukee printed the poem at May Day Press in Italian Old Style type. The second layer, reading "LOVE NOTES", was printed at Pope Press Olympia by Kate Robinson using vintage wood type.
This broadside was printed in an edition of 99 and measure 8.00 x 10.75 inches. Prints will be shipped flat, in clear archival sleeves.
Proceeds from the sale of this original poem written by Edmond Lapine will go to the Edmond William Lapine II Scholarship Fund at The Evergreen State College.
but i know those thoughtsby name, and the ways theymight know mine. waiting forthe time for our final sunset come sunrise we will be dancingat the shores of Lake Unknown breathing incantations unlocked in our mouthsi o u lovenote letterbombsdear john's blood in thecreases of my palms. come morning we will finda way to be calmand to you the smilingspy who takes note onhow i love, a smile inink is better than onesketched in pencil