THE TERRIFIC DAYS OF SUMMER. Ken Bolton.
THE TERRIFIC DAYS OF SUMMER.
THE TERRIFIC DAYS OF SUMMER.

THE TERRIFIC DAYS OF SUMMER.

Designed by Mike Hudson. Long single sheet printed in a variety of colours on one side only and folded concertina-style to form 25 pages, illustrated with relief printed collographs and monoprints which have been further illuminated by painting directly on individual pages; med. folio; within a pictorial cream cloth box with navy cloth sides and shoe-lace side-tie, slightly soiled and marked, with a couple of tiny faint bruises; [accompanied by] a smaller separate Introduction by George Alexander, illustrated in colour and folded concertina-style into 12 pages (bottom fore-corner of colophon a trifle creased), housed within a printed blue paper pocket on the reverse of the box lid; The Wayzgoose Press, Katoomba, NSW, 1998. Edition limited to 35 numbered copies, signed by the publishers, Mike Hudson and Jadwiga Jarvis; this being number 5 of 30 copies thus bound. *With the original pictorial prospectus (title page a trifle soiled) loosely inserted. A 'typographical interpretation' of Ken Bolton's poem, which is set in Glebe, Sydney in 1975: 'the repeated graphic forms (the wavy line & the twin brackets, the 'sticks', squares and spots, the ballooning orange 'cloud' forms) herd, cajole & tease the text forward' [prospectus]. Item #134538

Price: $4,000.00