That if all Printers….

By Jimmy So

At Sheila Goloborotko's studio in Brooklyn

“That if all Printers were determin’d not to print any thing till they were sure it would offend no body, there would be very little printed.”

The quote is by a man who, at one point in his life, wanted his tombstone to read:

“B. Franklin, Printer …”

After our adventures in printing, we are all surely closer to understanding what he meant by: “What signifies your Patience, if you can’t find it when you want it.”

Fair enough, O founding father.

“No Gains, without Pains.”

We are all stronger from our pains, and richer from our gains. And we have to thank Sheila and David for that. We had a wonderful time.

Photos by Jimmy So and David Hajdu


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