Brain Washing from Phone Towers Spring 2016 Informational Pamphlet. Printed in color in an edition of 200 from woodblocks and letterpress, handset metal type on Hahnemuhle paper. One in a series of limited edition letterpress pamphlets.
"Lavender and Evil Things takes a look at physic gardens - the forerunners of western botanical gardens - which provided medieval doctors and medical students their remedies. Information gathered in the physic garden was gathered in illustrated reference books called herbals. Herbals helped inform the development of botany as a science. Also considered is the herbalism in the contemporary world, and outside the Western tradition. Included is advice on plants from Hildegarde of Bingen, German abbess and superstar polymath"--Artist's Website.