The moon held an important place in the cosmology of early civilizations. Gleaned from centuries of observation, passed down through folklore, superstitions, almanacs, biodynamics, medicine, astrology, alchemy, and witchcraft, the letterpress-printed pocket-sized volume chronicles examples of lunar wisdom that reaches its apogee in the belief that the mind of man was captive to the inescapable draw of the moon.
Letterpress printed in two colors on Hahnemühle copperplate, concertina bound on Arturo paper. Covers wrapped in cowskin leather. Matchbox covered in Canapetta bookcloth, ribbon
4" x 2.625" x .875"
Edition of 25