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The View From A Very Comfortable Chair

Artists
Andrea Williamson and David Court
Price
$5.00
Date
2016
Publisher
Self-published
Format
Posters
Size
18 × 24 in
Genre
Canadian, Poster
Description

A two-sided black and white poster, produced on the occasion of the exhibition David Court, Aryen Hoekstra & Shane Krepakevich at Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre in Kingston, Ontario (March-April 2016).

The poster features a text and drawing by Andrea Williamson, with design by David Court.

60LB white-offset paper.

Edition of 250.

Pay-What-You-Want when purchased in-store.

  1. The View From A Very Comfortable Chair (2)
  2. The View From A Very Comfortable Chair (1)
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