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  • Image of The Orphaned Spaces, Limited Edition, Made-to-order box set
  • Image of The Orphaned Spaces, Limited Edition, Made-to-order box set
  • Image of The Orphaned Spaces, Limited Edition, Made-to-order box set
  • Image of The Orphaned Spaces, Limited Edition, Made-to-order box set
  • Image of The Orphaned Spaces, Limited Edition, Made-to-order box set

The Orphaned Spaces, Limited Edition, Made-to-order box set

£80.00


AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER, GET IT ON THE RELEASE DATE OF 27 AUGUST

This highly limited edition, made to order box set, deconstructs the book The Orphaned Spaces, breaking it down into hand-stitched booklets, postcards, archival prints and a reliquary. It contains the following elements

1: Hand-stitched 'Journal'
Coverstock: G.F SMith, Colorplan, fuchsia pink, 270gsm. Inset pages: G.F SMith, Colorplan, dark grey, 135gsm. Inner pages: ZANDERS ZETA, Unwatermarked Textured Paper, linen 100gsm,
2: Hand-stitched black and white studies booklet
Paper stock: Hahnemühle, Photo Rag, matte smooth, 188gsm
3: Hand-stitched wild flower still lives booklet
Paper stock: Hahnemühle, Photo Rag, matte smooth, 188gsm
4: 10 pressed plants fine art giclée prints
Printed on archival Hahnemühle, Photo Rag, bamboo, 290gsm
5: Six landscape postcards
6: A glass bottle 'reliquary'
7: Wildflower seeds include a mixture of annual and perennial wildflower species and grasses.
8: Bookmark using G.F SMith, Colorplan, dark grey, 135gsm

The Orphaned Spaces is an illustrated exploration of overlooked areas of natural beauty – edgelands, ex-industrial, derelict and brownfield sites, and the sometimes rare flora and fauna that is found there. More than a nature book, it is a rumination on life, loss and time, through the prism of liminal spaces captured in moments between dilapidation and regeneration. The book is the culmination of a multi-discipline collaboration by poet MW Bewick and artist Ella Johnston.