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Shop > Artists' Books

#11323

Olympic Fencing

Price
$10.00
Date
2014
Format
Artists' Books
Size
5.4 × 8 inches
Length
16 pages
Description

1-color risograph cover on 100#c French Paper Co. Pop-Tone Sweet Tooth, 1-color risograph interiors on 70#t French Paper Co. Pop-tone; saddle-stitched with purple staples.

16 drawings of mangled chain link fencing accompanied by a (fictional) account of when, where, and how the damage occurred, each delivered with Tim Lahan’s typical deadpan hilarity.

Let the games begin.

Note: this is the second edition of Olympic Fencing. The first was self-published by Lahan in 2012 and printed in RisoFederal Blue.

Edition of 300.

  1. Olympic Fencing
 

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