1000 Miles (Special Edition)
- 618 PAGES
- L 6" X W 4.75" X H 9.75"
- ARTIST-MADE CUSTOM SLIPCASE CREATED FROM FOUND CARDBOARD
- EMBOSSED MANILA POST-IT ATTACHED WITH ARCHIVAL CLEAR TAPE ON BOXSET SPINE
- COMPLETE SET OF THE SPECIAL EDITION 1000 MILES ZINE COLLECTION
- COMPLETE SET OF 100 DAILY ROUTE-MAPS FROM PROJECT IN 10 ZINE INSERTS PRINTED IN HIGH-QUALITY COLOR
- COMPLETE SET OF 10 FUJI NORITSU COLOR PRINTS PRINTED ON FUJICOLOR CRYSTAL ARCHIVE PAPER HELD TO THE PAGE WITH ARCHIVAL CANSON PHOTO-SQUARES
- EXCLUSIVE POSTCARD PRINTED ON FUJIFILM CRYSTAL ARCHIVE PAPER WITH UNIQUE TEXTWORK BY ARTIST
- 10 POLAROID PRINTS UNIQUE TO EACH BOXSET FOUND IN AN ABANDONED HOUSE IN COMPTON, CA
- EDITION OF 10
- 5.5" X 8.5"
- TRIPLE-STAPLE BINDING
- LASER PRINTED ON HIGH-QUALITY 32lb PREMIUM PAPER
- ASYMMETRICALLY DESIGNED COVERS AND TITLE PAGES UNIQUE TO EACH ZINE
- LOOSELEAF GATEFOLD INSERTS WITH PROJECT ROUTE-MAPS SPECIFIC TO EACH ZINE
- PHOTOSTORIES UNIQUE TO EACH ZINE, WITH A TOTAL OF 248 IMAGES REPRESENTED IN THE ENTIRE SET
- ZINE-SPECIFIC WHITE SPRAY-PAINT STENCIL COVER ON HEAVY-WEIGHT TRANSLUCENT VELLUM WITH EMBOSSED EMBELLISHMENTS ON BACK
- ENTIRELY HAND-DRAWN BINARY PATTERN INNER-COVER UNIQUE TO EACH ZINE WRITTEN IN INK BY ARTIST ON 65lb IVORY SOUTHWORTH COTTON LINEN PAPER
- MULTIPLE NEWSPRINT INSERTS WITH HANDWRITTEN TEXTWORK BY THE ARTIST, ALL HAND-INLAID WITH BLACK ARCHIVAL PH NEUTRAL TAPE AND EMBOSSED WITH THE PROJECT'S TITLE
- ALL ZINES ARE SIGNED, STAMPED AND NUMBERED BY THE ARTIST
1000 Miles is the culmination of a 100 day performance project Jason Jaworski created in collaboration with MOCAtv where every day he threw a dart at a map of Los Angeles, traced a 10 mile shape and proceeded to traverse its geometry. Dressed in a uniform of all white, each 10 mile journey was documented in a series of images, texts and line paintings. This special edition series was produced for collectors of the artist's work in a strict limited edition of 10.
The original zines from the project were featured in the 2015 edition of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) New Photography exhibition as part of Lele Saveri's The Newsstand installation, as well as being highlighted in the Skira Rizzoli book of the same name.