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Idyeahs: Is a Poet a Poem?

Jesse Harris
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11.3 × 14 × 0.2 cm

Saddle-stitched risograph booklet, blue ink on pink paper.

Idyeahs #3 is the third issue of an ongoing collection of pin designs and slogans referencing song lyrics, Sixties counter-culture and original sayings by Jesse Harris. Jesse is a vinyl sign maker and visual artist based in Toronto, Ontario.

  1. Idyeahs: Is a Poet a Poem?

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