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Re: [BKARTS] Tadashi in San Francisco



ooh! i work three blocks away from there! yay thanks!

- kbk

> I'm attaching a note I received from Tadasi Mitsui.  It tells about a =
> great opportunity for people in the San Francisco Bay Area so see =
> beautifully crafted books and it is a good object lessons for those of =
> us interested in new ways to promote our books and to reach a wider =
> audience.  Go Tadashi!
>
> Subscribers to this list in the Manhattan area will know of Tadashi's =
> books from the shows he's participated in, the workshops he's given, and =
> from the inventive windows he's created for the Kinokuniya Bookstore in =
> Rockefeller Center.  It's nice to see his work being shown in other =
> areas.
>
> Ed (Hutchins)
> ----------------------
>
> Hi,
>
> This sounds corny but I am demonstrating some of my book art and collage =
>
> techniques at Saks Fifth Avenue San Francisco at 380 Post St., on 5/22=20
> Thursday from 4 to 8 PM, as a part of Kanebo cosmetics launching =
> promotion.=20
> You may see some of my book sculpture at their window for this week.
>
> Please forward this information who may be interested in and live around =
> the=20
> area.
>
> Tadashi
> NYC
>
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