The paper pulp process used to make “Keith II” is very mechanical and labor intensive. Using a plastic grid from commercial fluorescent light fixture, each square in the grid is labeled with a number and associated color value of pigmented pulp based on the original gridded Polaroid. This process is essentially digitizing the image. Working wet on wet, the assigned value of colored paper pulp is placed in its corresponding numbered square on top of a wet, freshly couched sheet. It is then lightly pressed. Once the paper pulp is pressed, it bonds to the paper making one integral sheet of paper. Although “Keith II” was published as an edition of 20, the process results in essentially creating a one-of-a-kind piece with every pull.