Digital print zine
Edition of 100
A 21cm X 30cm (folded to 7.5cm X 10.5cm in proportion), B&W zine on pale blue paper.
1 (of the feet of a swimming bird or other aquatic animal) having the toes connected by a membrane.
This zine features pencil drawings of a Domestic duck; a Torrent duck from the Andes; a Baikal teal from Siberia; a Red-breasted goose of bright plumage; and a Common shelduck.
One of several zines made for The Wonderful Paper Things Fair presented by St Heliers Street Store + Gallery in association with Rona Green, 2011, and the IMPACT7 zine fair co-ordinated by Anna Poletti at MUMA.
This zine was included in the box set, There are 29 birds in this box (edition of six, 2011).
This is the sixth zine in this series that is growing at steady pace. Others include,
Wrens, flycatchers and honeyeaters, beware (2016)
Seasonal museum sketches (summer) (2016)
Seasonal museum sketches (spring) (2016)
A Company of Parrots (2015)
Shaped like that of an egg (2015)
Birds with tremendous beaks (2015)
A charm of finches (2015)
Nuit Noir (2014)
Four Rainbow Lorikeets (Trichoglossus haematodus) who visited my garden one summer’s day (2014)
38.1500° S, 144.3500° E (2013)
A beating of wings (I) (2012)
A beating of wings (II) (2012)
Humble birds (2011)
Birds that like to display (2011)
The interloper (2011)
Birds that have caught my eye in print but I've never been lucky enough to see in reality (2011)
An aurora of polar bears I have dreamt of (2011)
Five proud birds (2011)
Quadrupeds drawn from London's Natural History Museum Collection (2010)