I made "22 Reasons you should come to Geese Goose" as promotional material for abcpvd's April 2024 exhibition. I gave most of these zines away for free to Providence artists and friends, asking them each to show the zine to 3 or more people before the opening nights.
In addition to handset metal and wood type, these zines were printed with lasercut collagraphs based on geese images I sourced from various digital repositories. These sources are as follows:
"4. Canada goose" (1824) by Alexander Wilson

Brown University Library

"Giovanni Cadamosto da Lodi, Libro de componere grass et fructi" (c.1471)
"Rébus de Picardie" (15th-16th centuries)
"Leonora" (1801) by G. M. Woodward
"Songs for Little People" (1896) by Helen Stratton
"De avibus et piscibus" (1330-1340)
"Flying Goose" (1887) by Watanabe Seitei
"Ibn Bukhtîshû, Manâfi’ al-Hayawân" (1300-1301)
De arte venandi cum avibus (1258-1266) attributed to Frederick II of Sicily   
"The fox & the goose; or,: Boney broke loose" (1850) attributed to George Cruikshank
letterpress handset type and lasercut collagraph
3in x 3in (closed)
edition of 50
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