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Adapted Remnant Groudslab Transfer Drawings 2009-2015

Mark G. MacKinnon
Side Project Projects
Artists' Books
12 × 18 cm
27 pages
Illustration, Risograph

This book is a selection of drawings by Mark G. MacKinnon made during the years he drove a bus for the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) from 2009 – 2015.

Edited and designed by Chris Foster.
Printed in Toronto by Colour Code.

Staple-bound. Edition of 200.

  1. adapted remnant groundslab transfer drawings

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