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My weirdly cheery robots, hand printed in red & black on double pages from an antique book, with a Japanese toy printing press called a Gocco.

This series of prints has been featured in Pikalands "Gocco" themed Pika Package; at Fleeting Pages, a pop-up art & book shop taking over a former Border's bookstore in Pittsburgh; and at Sweet's Workshop's second annual "My Goodness, My Gocco" exhibition in Sydney, Australia.

This is not a mass-produced reproduction.

Each silkscreen print is unique, hand-printed directly on antique paper. Gorgeously typeset, the book pages provide as a bonus fascinating information about a subject beginning with the letter O or P, a section of our alphabet that includes such interesting words as Opinicus, Oleomargaine, Palinode, Padang and (very apropos to this project) Palimpsest.

This one features text about Organs (as in Arcade Fire, rather than spleens or something). You'll also learn about Organic Sensations (which does have more to do with things like spleens); Organista (a bird); Organogeny; Organolography; Organology; Organolyricon (the aforementioned musical group probably has one of these, too); and Organo-Metallic Bodies. This last entry is cut off just as it's getting interesting.

My illustration depicts enigmatic, luggage-carrying space travelers, and their detached, puzzled curiosity as they leaf through remnants of our civilization.

If you'd like to see a photo of each screen print in the series, please visit my website:

------> Paper Size: about 8-1/2 x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm) but may vary slightly
------> Image Size: about 7 x 9" (17.78 x 22.86 cm)
------> Stock: repurposed book pages which show some wear
------> Framing: without a mat it fits a document frame; I can add a mat to fit an 11x14" frame:

signed recto © Kathryn DiLego; no copyright transferred with sale

------> mounted to rigid white backing with archival framers corners in a recyclable cello sleeve
------> ready to give as a gift, simple to prop on a shelf for display, easy to frame
------> ships USPS First Class Mail

You can click any image for a closer view. Thanks for visiting!

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Kathryn DiLego
Richard Kaponas

unique silkscreen print on antique paper "Robot Encyclopedia" Organ / Organo-Metallic (8-1/2 x 11")


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  • Materials: repurposed paper, pencil, ink
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