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Re: Copiers



There is a photocopier art society.  Their info is:

International Society of Copier Artists
Louise Neaderland
759 President Street #2H
Brooklyn NY 11215
(718) 638-3264
isca4art@aol.com

I am not a member, although I have thought about joining since
I do use the photocopier in some of my "less-book-related"
projects.  I would also be interested to know if there are
other sources about copier art out there and to learn of some
of the interesting ways people might be using this most useful
of machines.

Eric


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        Eric Alstrom     Athens, Ohio     ealstrom1@ohiou.edu
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By all means leave the road when you wish.  That is precisely the use
of a road:  to reach individually chosen points of departure.  By all
means break the rules,  and break them beautifully,  deliberately and
well. That is one of the ends for which they exist.
                     R. Bringhurst: The Elements of Typographic Style


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