Framed letterpress print by Elizabeth Isakson-Dado, otherwise known as The Aquarius House.
THINGS SHOULD BE MADE AS SIMPLE AS POSSIBLE, BUT NO SIMPLER. - Albert Einstein
Typeset with vintage wood type and printed in black ink. Printed on 100# paper, made by French Paper in Niles, Michigan. Framed in a dark ebony brown frame made from reclaimed oak hardwood flooring.
Print Measures: 19 inches tall x 12.5 inches wide
Outer dimensions, including frame: 22 inches tall x 15.5 inches wide
The reclaimed wood picture frame has been handcrafted in a women-run wood shop in Detroit. Mutual Adoration uses locally-sourced reclaimed wood, environmentally responsible paints and wood stains, and American-made hardware. Each frame includes glass and backing board. There are keyhole slots on the back of the frame for easy, secure hanging.
Made in Detroit, Michigan
* Woman Owned Business
* POST Instructor
Elizabeth Isakson-Dado is an artist, educator and curator. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking from Wayne State University and a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Book and Paper from Columbia College Chicago. Liz has exhibited widely in Detroit and Chicago, and has work in institutional collections including The Center for Book and Paper Art, The Poetry Foundation, and ETC Editions/Art in Print Magazine. She lives and works in Berkley, Michigan.