Urban Bassing in Richmond
Custom-published 68-page book, designed by Jeffrey Gaither, printed on heavy cardstock, and featuring a cover-page original watercolor painted by the author.
The book’s inside cover features a 1910 chromolithograph “tobacco card” (included in packages of cigarettes) of a Salmon. This rare and highly sought after book features maps and explanations of urban fishing spots (in office complexes, public parks, urban canals, etc.) where the author catches bass during workday breaks (and where he was featured, wearing suit and tie, in Field & Stream Magazine). The book also features essays by the author about his urban bassing adventures.
(All financial proceeds that the artist receives are donated for autism research, education, and service.)