8 Poems: Richard Tuttle – Tuttle’s first book of poetry is a collaboration between Tuttle, Richard Kegler, and Christopher Fritton.

The book measures 3.5″ x 5.5″ and it features a foil-stamped cover as well as unique endpapers composed of handmade paper castings made from woodblocks cut by Tuttle; it contains 8 pages, each with a single letterpressed poem and a portion of a “continuous line” conceived by Tuttle that undulates throughout the book; it was hand-sewn and bound in an edition of 200.

The book was authored and the woodblocks were carved by Richard Tuttle; the line and layout were designed by Richard Kegler, and the foil stamping, paper casting, printing, and binding were done by Christopher Fritton.