Some are Young and Some are Free by Skinner
When we approached Skinner about working on a book together, he was in the middle of putting together his epic art monograph with Ginkgo press, and so most of his artwork was already spoken for. We met up at Wondercon to bat some ideas around, and he off-handedly mentioned that he had a stack of painted love letters he had made for his girlfriend back dating back to the earliest days of their courtship. I jumped at the chance to publish them, and the resulting book is Some are Young and Some are Free. Painted on whatever was at hand (cardboard, paper plates, pieces of tree bark), these paintings are unmistakably Skinner while showing a side not often visible in his artwork. There's still a lot of evil in here, but there is also a shitload of hearts, and a few bunnies too.
This book is printed in full color on 105g Hammermill paper and bound in a Z-configuration. The cover is printed using archival ink on 300g Moab cotton rag paper, and each copy is varnished for durability. Limited to 50 copies, signed by Skinner.
The deluxe edition is bound in a hardcover "M" configuration, with custom-printed canvas covering the front and rear boards and an original Skinner painting adorning the inside boards. Each image is printed on Hammermill cover-weight paper and individually tipped into the book. Copies 1-5 contain a handmade pop-up and fold-out giclee print and are housed in a slipcase; copies 6-10 are bound as described above but lack the pop-up, fold-out print and slipcase.
You can buy a trade edition here.
You can buy a deluxe edition here.