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"out there" Tote Bag

Philip Monk
Artists' Books
36 × 39 × 0.5 cm

From Philip Monk’s ‘out there’ project, devoted to protecting the artist culture of Toronto, these canvas bags bears the slogan “it’s a fight for the city… and it’s a fight for the money” or “the queen street art community made this town”, referring to Monk’s modest proposal of a tax in support of Toronto artists.

  1. “out there“ Tote Bag

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