A book containing several poems, an essay, and a short story by the author Wendell Berry.
Since his work is primarily about the juxtaposition and connectedness of man and land, I integrated the poems and essay into appropriate places throughout the short story. The poems are each printed on translucent vellum paper. When these pages are lifted, the now missing poem leaves an empty space in the image behind it, illustrating the mark we, as humans, leave on the land we occupy.
The rest of the book is printed on cream Mohawk paper and Nobel Bound with a French Fold.