A 19th-century wood engraving paired with the footnote from Jack Spicer’s poem, “White Rabbit.”
Here a disarmingly simple aphorism is combined with a wood engraving of two of the most perfectly astonished rabbits conceivable. The effect is priceless. Words assert, images respond. The broadside’s elements congeal, calling up the multifaceted incongruities that lie at the heart of all humor.—Fine Print
The broadside was handset in Weiss Series I Initials and printed in two colors on mouldmade Rives Heavyweight paper. Issued in an edition of 200 copies [second printing, 1986]. 11 by 13 inches. $34.95.