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A sonnet written for William Gibson, along with a message in binary.

Steganography is a cryptographic method involving hiding one message in another -- in modern terms, most often by hiding significant bits of data inside an image file. The application of this here is left as an exercise for the reader.

Photo-polymer plate letterpress, on a Vandercook proof press, on Rives BFK paper; it is 5.5" x 7.5". The fonts used are Courier and Courier Bold.

This is a numbered copy, of which 100 were printed; there were also 26 lettered.

Purchasers will, in addition to the broadside, be told what the secret message is, and how it's encoded!

(If this item is sold out, contact me here and I will list another copy. Also, if you wish to arrange shipping outside the United States, let me know and I will set up billing for your country.)



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  • Materials: rives bfk paper, ink
  • Only ships within United States.
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