How to Print a Physicist
Step one: Find a Physicist and take it’s head.
Step two: Render said noggin onto Linoleum.
Do it a couple more times.
Step Three: Get your sharp and pointies and go to town.
Step Four: Ink Up Your Plate
Step Five: Work the Press
Step Six: Discover just how hard it is to print on a paper bag.
Step Seven: Question all artistic integrity and try not to have a stroke or do bodily harm.
Step Eight: Print a ton of each of your four physicist blocks (even those you didn’t think to take photos of).
Step Nine: Hang those bad boys up to dry. Do it in a space that annoys both your dog and your bird.
Step 10: Iron your prints. (Seriously. With an iron.)
Step 11: Pick out all your better prints (I’d say best, but, paper bags are jerkfaces) and cut to the size you need your notebook covers to be.
Step 12: Realize you’re making notebooks.
Step 13: Make 40 signatures out of remnant, recycled, repurposed and scrap papers. Painstakingly cut paper to size so that each notebook will have 60 pages. Do this in the middle of the night and don’t think to take any pictures of your progress.
Step 14: Sew signatures to newly printed covers.
Step 15: Make ten sets of four notebooks, and bundle together with some rescued twine.
Step 16: Ship those puppies to some place called ‘Missoula’ which you strongly suspect is a made up town hatched up by the brother of a guy who wrote a book called Paper Towns (which is a reference to imaginary copyright trap towns).
Don’t forget to knit five woolie hats and toss them in the box too.
Then knit ten more and send them to your hats-for-bald-kids charity in the name of the Project for Awesome.