Tonight’s flick is from the Jaffe Center for Book Arts and shows the book Darwin by Friederun Friedrichs. From the text on Youtube:
When Darwin formulated the theory of evolution, he relied on his research experienceThis book… shows colored woodcuts of insects and also provided specific information of individual insects. –Accompanying material
10 unique books in variation, woodcut, signed, in wooden box (29.5 x 20 x 4 cm) Frankfurt 2009 hand print on white Wenzhou China paper, different color combinations, text between pages with text citations from encyclopedias from 1865 and 1890, with PC Print “So “Accompanying text and list of insects, binding (excluding bamboo pole about 24.2 x 18 cm): different colored elephant paper, different colored mulberry paper as endpapers, binding with bamboo rod…custom bookmarks”–Colophon [translated from the German].
The Jaffe Center runs classes and other events as well as being home to the Jaffe Collection. This Saturday, there will be a special online, non-traditional Wayzgoose.
From John Cutrone:
Hello My Friends:
John Cutrone here from Convivio Bookworks in Lake Worth, Florida, where I have been knee-deep filming and editing a thing called a Wayzgoose and I sure would love it if you’d accept my invitation to attend. You don’t have to leave your home to do so: It’s an online video event at the website of the JAFFE CENTER for BOOK ARTS and the World Premiere is this Saturday evening at 7 Eastern.
Like any good World Premiere, this one has an Official Trailer. Click here to watch: It’s 59 seconds of anticipation and delight. What to expect on Saturday night (or anytime after the premiere)? Well, for starters, and for better or worse, I am the host. You’ll get to watch my interview with the amazing letterpress printer JENNIFER FARRELL of Chicago’s STARSHAPED PRESS, and that’s followed by a Wayzgoose concert by singer/songwriter PATTY LARKIN. My suggestion is to enjoy this Wayzgoose with a steaming plate of waffles. I won’t say why now, but trust me: make the waffles. I’ll explain when you watch.
The Wayzgoose is scheduled for Saturday, March 25, 2023, at 7 P.M. Eastern Daylight Savings time. The event webpage can be found here.
If you don’t want to attend a Wayzgoose this weekend, you can look at more videos from the Jaffe Center instead.
Thanks for this post. I will check out the Wayzgoose this evening. Thanks for your talk earlier this week. I’m the person that said I like the Friday Night Flicks!
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The Wayzgoose looks like it should be fun.