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The Resource The tulipomania, by Charles Mackay

The tulipomania, by Charles Mackay

Label
The tulipomania
Title
The tulipomania
Statement of responsibility
by Charles Mackay
Creator
Contributor
Papermaker
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UBY
Dewey number
635.93432
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • SB413.T9
  • SB425
LC item number
  • M33 2005
  • M28 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The tulipomania, by Charles Mackay
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • First letter on page 1 is printed in magenta
  • "'The Tulipomania' is a chapter from Memories of extraordinary popular delusions by Charles Mackay, published in London by Richard Bentley in 1841. It has been reprinted as a class project for the San Francisco Art Institute course on artist books, taught by Andrew Hoyem in the fall semester of 2005. The students assisted in the production. Lior P. Bar, Aaron M. Delehanty, Sarah Drasner, Laura B. Faw, Brian T. Kanagaki, Sara Lanham, Sara L. Press, Jana L. Rumberger, Niloo Tehranchi, Matthew T. Tung. The type is Bulmer. The paper is Biblio, a mouldmade paper from the Hahnemühle mill in Germany. The prints were made by scratching ink printed from a block on frosted mylar, which was used as a negative to produce a photopolymer plate, that was then printed by letterpress. Arion Press staff involved in instruction and production were Gerald Reddan, Blake Riley, and Kenneth Howard. The edition is limited to 350 copies for complimentary distribution to students, Arion Press subscribers, Grabhorn Institute donors, and the Art Institute Library"--Colophon
Dimensions
19 x 22 cm.
Extent
18 p.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)62513022
  • ucoclc62513022
Label
The tulipomania, by Charles Mackay
Publication
Note
  • First letter on page 1 is printed in magenta
  • "'The Tulipomania' is a chapter from Memories of extraordinary popular delusions by Charles Mackay, published in London by Richard Bentley in 1841. It has been reprinted as a class project for the San Francisco Art Institute course on artist books, taught by Andrew Hoyem in the fall semester of 2005. The students assisted in the production. Lior P. Bar, Aaron M. Delehanty, Sarah Drasner, Laura B. Faw, Brian T. Kanagaki, Sara Lanham, Sara L. Press, Jana L. Rumberger, Niloo Tehranchi, Matthew T. Tung. The type is Bulmer. The paper is Biblio, a mouldmade paper from the Hahnemühle mill in Germany. The prints were made by scratching ink printed from a block on frosted mylar, which was used as a negative to produce a photopolymer plate, that was then printed by letterpress. Arion Press staff involved in instruction and production were Gerald Reddan, Blake Riley, and Kenneth Howard. The edition is limited to 350 copies for complimentary distribution to students, Arion Press subscribers, Grabhorn Institute donors, and the Art Institute Library"--Colophon
Dimensions
19 x 22 cm.
Extent
18 p.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)62513022
  • ucoclc62513022

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