Arizona, gilded edges, HP Indigo, Lukeville, Mexican, Mexican immigrants, Mohawk Superfine, New Mexico, offset lithography, Phillip Zimmermann, Rhinebeck, Sonoran desert, southern Arizona, Spaceheater Editions, Tuscon, United States
Rhinebeck, NY: Spaceheater Editions, 2006
N7433.4 Z54 S54 2006
Colored illustrations on long continuous strip, viewed through a 13 x 9 cm. hole in cut in the center of each page of text. Printed by HP Indigo digital printing on Mohawk Superfine archival paper. Handbound. Edition of fifty copies. University of Utah copy is no. 21.
Tucson, AZ: Spaceheater Editions, c2006-2009
N7433.4 Z54 S36 2009
From the colophon: “The cover image is part of the Sonoran desert in Southern Arizona about 50 miles from Lukeville, and just a couple of miles from the Mexican border. It is one of the most heavily trafficked and dangerous entry points for illegal Mexican immigrants entering the United States, and many die there each year from exposure and lack of water. The skyscapes are [sic] all photographed in New Mexico and Arizona during 2003 and 2004.” Self-covering board book with rounded and gilded edges in four-color offset lithography.