Seep City March '16 Update





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Published on Mar 11, 2016

The full Seep City Water Log book is not yet ready. Since I know you're as impatient as I am, I'm planning to send a free copy of the Sampler & Atlas out to everyone who backed the project on Kickstarter at a level that included at least one copy of the book. You will also get an Sampler & Atlas if you prepaid for the book on the seepcity.org website.

The fourteen double-page-spreads of the atlas shows historic water on the left and today's water (what's left of it) on the right. The 'today's water' page is overlaid on past water (shown in very light ink) which makes it easier to compare the past and present, as you can on your poster. A street grid overlay also makes it easy to find any location in the city. A similar Quick-Reference Atlas (not sampler) will be available in some form down the line, after the Seep City Water Log book comes out.

Special thanks in great piles are due
Jessica Fine for organizing me
Abe Bingham for Sampler & Atlas booklet design
Emily Underwood for illustrations
Soren Goodman for printing the first set of booklets
Many others, all to be listed in the full Seep City Water Log book, due out soon!

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