A gif of the exhibition title, Ambrosia, in Hoss Sharp with various glyphs and images shuffling and replacing random letters in the word.

Cade Gromos

A glyph of a crayon.

EPHEMERA: Trash to Treasure

There is a lot to be said for printed ephemera. I think Jolene Armstrong of the Museum of Ephemera said it best when she described these objects as “all of the beautiful, fragile, temporary things that pass through our fingers, upon which our eyes may rest for a minute or two, vitally important for a singular purpose, then discarded and forgotten.” It seems unfair that these little incidental mementos, never meant to be retained or preserved, must be forgotten. This book serves as a second chance for these transient documents, bringing them out of that dusty box in your attic and back into the light.

An image of a collage of printed ephemera including labels, tickets, postcards, photographs, valentines cards and much more. In the bottom left corner in black text surrounded by an off white box is the title “EPHEMERA: Trash to Treasure — An Homage to Everyday Life”
Handwritten signature from Cade Gromos in red.

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