Books, and books, and books
Some of you have asked what 10,000 pounds of books looks like.
Here is a photo of 9,700 pounds of books.
The remaining 300 or so pounds of books are in a short pallet in the driveway awaiting transfer by the one-hundred-and-mmumblemumble pound blond in the upper-left corner.
Here is a photo of one of the open boxes of books.
My first job is to sign a bunch of these (read: more than a ton) on the cover. Sandra's job is pictured below:
She will use stamp A and blotter-sheet B to ready a book from stack C for sketching. The blotter sheets are labeled, so I know which sketch needs to go in the book.
These books are then re-boxed over at D. Right now D stands for Drone -- we've got 57 books prepped for me to create Attorney Drone sketch editions.
Once I sketch in a book, I write the number in the blank over the #1234, forever cementing this sketch edition as a numbered one.
With luck I'll start doing Attorney Drones and Kevyns tonight. Regardless of which ones I finish, we're not shipping anything until a week from Thursday.blog comments powered by Disqus