Neil Young: Reflections in Broken Glass by Sylvie Simmons
Greendale is a critically acclaimed, collectible, first edition book written by Neil Young & illustrated by James Mazzeo (Sanctuary, 2004). The original printing resulted in 1000 first-edition hard-cover books. Selling for up to five times the suggested retail price, Greendale instantly became a collector's item, and can now only be found in private collections around the world. The tremendous demand for Greendale's limited first edition printing inspired artist James Mazzeo to create a very exclusive & extremely rare series:
a book representing each state of the Union, plus the District of Columbia, which will be donated to the Smithsonian. Each State contains five original Mazzeo's painted directly within the pages of a first edition hard cover Greendale book.
James Mazzeo & Neil Young
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Sylvie Simmons - Neil Young: Reflections in Broken Glass