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The last in a series of Gap Editions by Joel Evey at, well, The Gap. The book is a photo essay of the type of scenes of young kids, rolling hills and secret swimming holes that make up our cultural portrait of classic Americana. Pretty much everything that has to do with the American landscape feels political right now, and this book makes us reflect on the September of the present, as the sun sets on the Land of the Free and many of its corporate titans. The text reads “Youth's voice is so soft, we cannot hear it fade.”

– Photography by Jack Bool
– Film by Jarod Taber
– Text by Ashley D'Arcy
– Softcover on the front
– Debossed hard cover on the back
– 56 pages
– 6.5 in × 9 in (16,5 cm × 22,75 cm)