Currently hunkered down in the waiting room of Die Keure, our printer for the Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes catalogue, I am halfway through the run. Being on press reminds me of watching a baseball game, long stretches of nothingness interspersed with short moments of extreme action. These moments, for me, are usually filled with much anxiety. What was I thinking using all these different paper stocks and colored inks? Why didn’t I make that little shift in yellow? I hope no one else notices? Every time I go on press it feels like the first time. Printing being an imperfect process I feel that press checking is mostly about trying to hide those imperfections. With the Worlds Away book using eight different paper stocks, six different Pantone colors, and a host of four-color images there is a lot to checkup on.