|Left: The cover of Pshaw! uses an image I found at the annual fumpon sale at the University Art Museum Berkeley in 1975. People often remark that it looks like a Hokusai work, and it could be, but it is unsigned. We used it for a poetry reading at Cody's poster. The original drawing is in black ink only. Frances made colour separations for the clothing which are printed by letterpress. The green shoes were a linocut I did at the last minute because I couldn't find the zinc for the shoes.|
|Left: The preface is a brief essay by AMJ called "the integument of things cast away" that enumerates some of the types of ephemera we have produced. The illustrations are the two CANINE WINE labels for "Wine for Dogs," 1980.|
|Left: The opening spread of "Literary broadsides" includes a facsimile of a telegram version of Marvell's "To his coy mistress" by Adrian Mitchell that I printed as a Valentine in 1982. The checklist includes notes on 127 literary broadsides from the great (Yuan Mei) to the obscure (You know who you are).|
|Left: Recreations of four Poetcards. "Forgotten" by Bob Grenier , Catullus 46, translated by Peter Whigham , "Psyche" by Tom Raworth  and "The Tongues" by George Oppen .|
|Left: flyer for the ACUTE ACTUALISM event at Blake Street Hawkeyes, on the death of Darrell Gray. Flyer produced by Xerox with crayon. Photo by Shelly Vogel. Design by AMJ & Jennifer Curtis, 1981.|
Above: The opening spread of the "Posters" page includes a recreation of one of FCB's Goodstuffs/Badstuffs posters. This one from 1976.
|Detail of two more of FCB's letterpress & "industrial pochoir" posters|
|Left: A spread, with two more of FCB's vibrant posters|
|Left: cover for a literary magazine; four covers for a bookdealer's catalogues|
|Left: a Bulmer type specimen and a Thomas de Quincey broadside, in Van Dijck|
|Left: A Christmas card for my parents, with a photo by my father of a Nativity scene knitted by my mother(!); on the recto, "Mädchen in Uniform", 1976, a poem by Bernart de Ventadorn with translation by AMJ and illustration by FCB.|
|Left: "Miss Flite's Birds" by Charles Dickens. 28 of our nineteenth-century types printed in split font, with pochoir by FCB, created for this book.|
|Left: Two quotes on books from William Hazlitt, with pochoir illustration by FCB, created for this work.