[ Claremont, California:]: Scripps College Press, 2015. Out of an edition of 102 copies, this is number 41. Signed by the students and Kitty Maryatt on the verso and recto before the colophon. The images were cut from Buttercut and glued onto MDF bases. To seal the material, it was brushed with acrylic gel medium. Some images were also carved with linoleum cutting tools. Metallic inks were employed for the colors of the images. Metallic colors in the extensive Stardream line were chosen from the paper. Centaur and its companion Arrighi were hand typeset in 12 pt. type. The texts were printed on four Vandercook presses. A fine copy. Decoratively finished aluminum covers in an accordion binding, sewn with metallic thread. A letter by Kitty Maryatt on Scripps College stationary is laid in. Quarto in an accordion style binding. Unpaginated. Item #16934
According to Professor Kitty Maryatt in the book's "pitch", everyone has experiences with automobiles, especially in sprawling Los Angeles. Since the students who created the book are from many parts of the world, they decided to share their perspectives on the advantages and disadvantages of owning, driving, crashing, modifying, and caring for cars, both old and brand new. They drew upon the materiality and the physicality of vehicles for inspiration.