Produced at Columbia College by Clifton Meador, looks like offset, but maybe from paper plates or on an ABDick or some other low-level machine.
by J. Drucker
Witty and bright, like many of Meador's works, this one cuts right through the cliches of art school instruction in book and print making. The printing is out of register, the type and use of the page design are deliberately flat-footed, though in spite of himself Meador manages to make the statement on "badness" into something intriguing. "Bad artifacts seem like errors rather than evidence of something real." This statement is chunked across the pages in gothic type, large and bold, dropped out of the granulated/pixelated images printed in rather awful four color somehow.
Clifton Kirkpatrick Meador
born: United States
edition type: editioned
publisher: Clifton Meador
edition size: unknown
horizontal: 7 1/2 inches closed
vertical: 9 inches closed
binding: saddle stitching (AAT)
format: pamphlet (AAT)
Printed at the Center for Book and Paper 2006. Bad printing is no joke.