DRAWN IN SMOKE commemorates the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire of March 25, 1911. This tragedy, in which at least 146 people perished, galvanized American labor practices, effecting major changes in workers' rights and workplace safety. Each drawing is inscribed with the name of one of the victims. The list of the dead is archived at the Cornell University.

2011
Concept and Artwork by Harriet Bart
Published by Mnemonic Press
Edition of 7, housed in two volumes: A-L and M-Z
160 images, scanned from original drawings of smoke and ink, and printed on 250GSM Rag Paper
Title page design by Philip Gallo at Hermetic Press
Printed by Eric Recktenwald at The Lab Digital Production
Clamshell boxes by Jill Jevne

Links:
Remember the Triangle Fire