(Labor and Income Inequality)

Brother, can you spare a dime? A Typographic Performance of Songs of The Great Depression.

Pasadena, CA: Archetype Press, 2008. 16mo. 16 folios, each one folded to make 8 pages. One of 50 copies. Frontispiece photograph by Alyssa Stefek. Each sheet has been designed by a student of the Art Center College of Design, under the direction of Gloria Kondrup. Each one presents lyrics from a popular Depression-era song through illustrative, evocative typography. The songs themselves reveal the emotional and financial strain felt by the general public, whom the American economic system left behind. Sheets unbound, held in a brown wraparound paper chemise with a suede wraparound cord. Fine. Item #31702

Price: $550.00