October \ se Détériorer
This curated box set featured original watercolor triptychs by Chandler Woodfin, small oil paintings by Sullivan Giles, and a series of translated poetry by T.S. Flock. Titled se Détériorer, this issue of LxWxH was a beautiful study of the human ritual or occurrence in the nature of death and decay, and its morbid, fecund beauty.
April \ Simulate
This robot-future influenced box set featured original work by Tim Cross, Erin Frost, and writing by Kevin Swann. Titled Simulate, this box set involves stories around symmetry, inner vs outer space, and themes relating to geometry, science fiction, and what it means to be human.
July \ Anima
This curated box set featured original work by Michael Alm, Crystal Barbre and writing by Kirsten Anderson. Titled Anima, this issue of LxWxH described the nature of man and animal; the true unconscious inner self of an individual as opposed to the outer self; and the dissection of things to further understand them.
January \ Immaterial
Titled de/Construct, this box set contained small paintings of displacement and catastrophe by Joey Bates and Claire Johnson, and writing by Mimi Allen. This was the first box set to come enclosed in beautiful one-of-a-kind unique vintage cedar boxes handmade by Steve Leroux of Ruby Pear Woodworks titled "Fences Have Faces". Each box is crafted from re-purposed cedar fencing and polished with oil to bring out a beautiful color.