Softly to Pip is a project involving printmaking, illustration, writing, weaving, and embroidery. A series of 9 cyanotypes on cotton provide the basis of the project, containing fictional letters between two women who nearly fall in love in a distant future. The details of the story are filled in through a variety of silkscreen, risograph, and woven ephemera that fill in the gaps of their near romance. Excerpts of some of these objects are shown below.

Softly to Pip installed at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery in Calgary, AB

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

Photo courtesy Jeremy Pavka

9 cyanotype letters on cotton

8 Silkscreened Library Cards

EXCERPT: Risograph newsletter pages

EXCERPT: a Silkscreened funeral home’s brochure

A Toned cyanotype map, a silkscreened commemorative transit map, and A silkscreened death certificate