Tim Mosely touching rainforest 2014. Artists book – single segment case bound, variable edition of 4, relief prints on awagami kozo, rainforest ply, curved folding folio. 34 x 78 cm (open).

Tim Mosely touching rainforest 2014. Artists book – single segment case bound, variable edition of 4, relief prints on awagami kozo, rainforest ply, curved folding folio. 34 x 78 cm (open).

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