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Re: [BKARTS] Reflections on bookart and commerce



Perhaps an elaborate slipcase of some sort is indeed the answer.

And perhaps a formal presentation of this type would indeed create
another layer of emphasis for the joke?  . . . consider . . .  an
everyday trade paperback in a slipcase?  why is it in there?

And if the buyer 'gets it' they have the option to remove the book
from the case and present it as intended by the artist.

Max
www.galleryfxv.com

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