Our Print Archive
Here are PDFs of our print materials (feel free to make your own edition!):
There are 596 acres of vacant public land in Brooklyn. (Originally produced for the New Ideas for the New City Festival, May 2011, design by Julia Samuels).
There's Land If You Want It (Manhattan) (June 2012; design by Mauro Carichini).
This is Rockaway, Queens. There's Land If You Want It (June 2012; design by Tres Romer & Julia Samuels).
There's Land If You Want It (Queens) (August 2012; design by Tres Romer & Julia Samuels).
22" x 30" 3-color hand pulled screen print, published by the artist in an edition of 85. This archival version of 596 Acres' Brooklyn broadsheet features a map of Brooklyn, NY with all publicly owned vacant lots highlighted.
"I'm So Lucky You Found Me: public land inside the city" is a handmade book by collaborator Daniel Eizirik, a Brasilian artist who winter 2012-13 documenting the experience of transforming Brooklyn's acres. This is 596 Acres' first book! We learned so much making it - about the life of lots in various stages of transformation, about printing and scoring and hand-stitching books, and about the connections between Brooklyn's neighborhoods. You can buy one online through Printed Matter or in person in Brooklyn at Bergen Street Comics at 470 Bergen Street.