Part five of The Harebrained Press' retrospective is about the most personally difficult time I went through on the project, when, over two-thirds of the way through my print run, the whole operation ground to a halt.
Part Four of my retrospective is about taking my project from a Melbourne warehouse in the back blocks of West Footscray to a new studio at the top of the Great Dividing Range where I tackled completely new and novel problems. Things like being ‘out of sorts’ and printing in the snow.
Part Three is about the torture and delight I went through as an amateur printer in May through to August of 2017. It’s about fighting my way through an abyss of ignorance, technical difficulties, fear and fatigue and as I laboured to print page numbers one through to twelve.