“In a city, there is a difference between anonymity and invisibility.
In Los Angeles, where wealth, commerce, and lifestyle are so loudly pronounced –
those overlooked are often the quietest, or are those who are of modest means.
They share our sidewalks, laundromats and gas stations.
Much of the work they perform consists of a new type of innocuous or banal labor
that can’t be performed by machines or in factories,
yet is too unskilled to be paid a living wage.
While this type of labor may make up a subset of jobs that seem
meaningless and a class that is invisible – it affords many people
a place in this city amongst the palm trees, beaches and neon with everyone else.”
- Excerpt from zine.
Indigo printed at Nonstop Printing, Hollywood, CA
Mohawk superfine 100 eggshell
Saddle stitched, red staples, hand cut window
Signed edition of 40