SALVAGED RELATIVES POCKET EDITION
Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
Salvaged Relatives Pocket Edition
Digital print zine
Edition of 75
A 7 X 30cm, six page colour concertina zine with B&W text on an orange paper wrap held in place by a pink circle sticker.
Featuring a sextet of Salvaged Relatives:
In the borrowed costume for a Prince, with 'essence d'orient pearls' and a Finch, from Sadko, c. 1916.
In the borrowed costume of the Chief Eunich from Schéhérazade, designed by Léon Bakst, c. 1910.
In the borrowed costume for a corps de ballet dancer from Ode, c. 1928.
In the borrowed costume of a Military Musician from Jardin Public, designed by Jean Lurçat, c. 1935.
In the borrowed costume of a guest from Le Bal, designed by Giorgio de Chirico, c. 1929.
In the borrowed costume for Petrouchka, designed by Alexandre Benois, c. 1913, with a Barn Swallow.
Our Salvaged Relatives Pocket Edition zine features in the February Book Arts Newsletter (No. 95, 2015, pages 42 to 43).
Other pocket-sized editions include,
Gentlewomen from a deck of Salvaged Relatives (2015)
Gentlemen from a deck of Salvaged Relatives (2015)
Fallen by the wayside and other songs I don't believe I know (2011)
Just as the ship went down and other songs I don't believe I know (2011)
Gold Sparkly (2011)
We are dreaming of the sea (2010)
Views in my pocket (2010)
A Quartet of Salvaged Relatives in Borrowed Costumes for the cover of the November Book Arts Newsletter, No. 93, 2014, published by Impact Press at the Centre for Fine Print Research, UWE Bristol, UK, and edited by Sarah Bodman.