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Real Things People Said and I Didn't Know What to Say

6 x 7 x 2 inches. An accordion book of nine copper plate etchings printed on Richard Da Bas handmade paper. The text is printed using a type writer. The edition size is 9 and is bound in leather by Peter Verheyen with the exception of the prototype which is bound by the artist. Each book has a copper plate inlaid into the cover. The book is a selection of quotes which people really said and I just didn't know what to say. The book is a look into how I view people and is meant to be critical and homorous at the same time.

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