Each of the thirteen prints consists of two 30" x 40" screenprinted sheets, one of which illustrates drawings for a patent
invention by Fuller, and the second sheet illustrates the realization of the concept.
Boxed limited series of inventions by Buckminster Fuller, collection of forty four individual unbound pages represent thirteen
inventions of Fuller, produced under direction of Fuller by Colophon, Cincinnati, Ohio by Solway Gallery. The thirteen inventions
are presented with two prints, one which illustrates drawing for a patent invention, the second illustrates the realization
of the concept. The two screen prints may be presented separately in two frames or together as an overlay. Dimensions: 30”
x 40”. Each of the thirteen prints is hand signed by Buckminster Fuller on the clear film element. Many the signed series
was witnessed by his architectural partner Thomas T. K. Zung, adjuvant (Fuller’s term).
3.5 Linear feet
(1 large portfolio; no. XII of XX, containing 13 signed prints)
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