The Woman-Identified Woman is a manifest distributed by the Radical Lesbians during the National Organization for Women (NOW) conference of 1970. We decided to re-edit the text as a poster, using a XVIth century printing press.
The text was entirely composed in Vendôme font, letter by letter. As we did not have enough letters to compose everything at once (the letter-case is made for french, the text is in english : we were very short on "w"), we had to split the composition. The text was printed in 6 different parts. The title and the quote were both printed seperately. As a result, each of the 250 posters we made required 8 passes on the press. Thats about 2 000 passes, plus those we had to do for calibration.
If you are in Paris, we sell the posters for 10€ each. Don't hesitate to reach out if you want one.