And I Saw

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And I Saw is a massive steamroller letterpress print created by Beautiful Angle in March 2012.


And I Saw was designed, carved, written, and printed in April of 2012. This massive poster was printed with a steamroller on-site at the Tacoma Wayzgoose at Kings Books. The image on this poster evokes an illuminated manuscript and is a hand-carved linocut that took approximately 40 hours to carve. The poster was also part of the Myth/Mystery project, funded by the Tacoma Arts Commission.

The words on the poster read:

And I saw the holy city,
the New Tacoma,
rising like pulp mill steam,
rising like particles of soot,
shining like a pearl
under halogen lights.


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