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Primitive Beast, Language

Perish Publishing
Artists' Books
14 × 17 cm

Primitive Beast, Language is Mike Olson’s venture into drawn language and explores its uses, excuses and abuses. Examining the image-as-language and language-as-image, Olson marries the two into a single vocabulary through illustration.

Mike Olson lives along the Mississippi River.

Edition of 100.

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