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Isometric Risograph Calendar 2017

Price
$24.00
Date
2016
Format
Artists' Books
Size
18 × 30 × 0.2 cm
Genre
Calendar
Description

2017 edition of Paper Pusher’s Isometric Risograph Calendar.
The days of each month printed on a rounded-edge panel as a multi-colored risograph.

  1. Isometric Risograph Calendar - 2017
 

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