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[BKARTS] Deconstructed Artichoke Press has started a blog!

Postings will include such exciting topics as: the business of artist's books, teaching book arts to kids, production on Deconstructed Artichoke Press books, and probably philosophical meanderings on book arts related stuff, maybe some how-tos, and who knows what else.


Anyway, check it out, when you get a chance.

Thanks for reading,
Nikki Thompson
Deconstructed Artichoke Press

Artichoke heads are sometimes made to grow larger by tying a ligature tightly around the stem three inches below each. The flowers of the artichoke have the property of rennet in curdling milk. Stable dung is too heating, and should never be employed.
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