artists books:

The Bunnies
Knew Better

She's Fallen
Down Dead

The Child With
A Bent Spine

The Four Chairs

The House of the
Man That Died

Rat Poison

Victoria In
The Woods

The Family Name



Hideous Bliss

Danse Macabre

Dog That Bit Son

The Favorite
Pastimes of
Rotten Children

Old Perverts and
Small Animals

Death Made Simple




















































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The Bunnies Knew Better

The Bunnies Knew Better is a book that follows the lives of the fictional Wolff family from the late 19th century to the mid 20th century. The story is told from the standpoint of fraternal twin Anna sharing significant parts of her life with her twin brother Oswald. The inspiration of the book was a 19th century family album with slit corners for photos and handwritten captions. The script style captions reveal pivotal moments of Anna’s life in a disjointed manner, much like the way one interjects random remarks while waxing nostalgic. The story rapidly shifts back and forth between humorous and morose anecdotes mimicking the ups and downs of life and the passing of time. The Bunnies Knew Better echoes underlying themes Eileen previously visited in The Family Name. The book’s design and illustrations are in landscape format, which further lend to the sensation of thumbing through an old album. The Bunnies Knew Better was conceived during the years that Eileen was a caretaker for both of her parents. Many of the ideas were observations of her parents’ struggles with illness and aging. It is dedicated in their memory.

Bunnies Handmade

Edition of 20 – Handmade Book: handmade, signed and numbered by Eileen Arnow-Levine – 2014, offset lithography, brown ink, Neenah Desert Storm 80 lb. cover, Neenah Cream Royal Fiber 70lb text, hemp thread, PVA glue, Davey’s binding board, Lineco mouselline, Lineco binders tape, rust/blue silkbookcloth, gray bookcloth, silkscreened handmade lotka paper. 8.75” wide x 5.875" high x .125” deep, 28 pages – $80.00


Bunnies Chapbook

Edition of 200 – Chapbook – 2014, offset lithography, brown ink, Neenah Desert Storm 80lb Cover, Neenah Cream Royal Fiber 70lb text, staple saddle stitched, 5.5” high x 8” wide x.125”deep, 28 pages – $10.00