“Quitting a job is not so difficult after all, I discovered. Once you make up your mind to get rid of something, there’s very little you can’t discard. No - not very little. Once you put your mind to it, there’s nothing you can’t get rid of. And once you start tossing things out, you find yourself wanting to get rid of everything. It’s as if you’d gambled away almost all your money and decided, What the hell, I’ll bet what’s left. Too much trouble to cling to the rest.”
This excerpt from Haruki Murakami’s short story Man Eating Cats has been turned into print using hand set type.
1-color print, measures 7.5”x11”
Numbered edition of 22
Printed damp on BFK Rives paper using a Vandercook 4 cylinder press