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PPP - The Zines of Paper Rad

Date
2015
Publisher
Delema
Format
Catalogues
Size
35 × 55 cm
Length
200 pages
Genre
Zines, Illustration
Description

PPP-The Zines of Paper Rad is a comprehensive catalogue containing a decade’s worth of Zines by artist-trio, Paper Rad from the collection of Paul Bright.

Although perhaps best known for their influential website, paperrad.org, the three-member, New England-based collective also produced hundreds of handmade books, stencils, posters, videos and other artwork throughout their 10+ years working together.

Published by Delema in a limited edition of 1,000 copies.
Forward by Andrew Jeffrey Wright.
Introduction by Paul Bright.

Hardcover, color interior.
Available for purchase in 3 colors: purple, green, or orange.

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