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Nog a Dod: Prehistoric Canadian Psychedooolia

Marc Bell
Conundrum Press
Artists' Books
16.5 × 20.5 × 1.8 cm

Yes, that title is spelled correctly. A landmark in Canadian Oddball Art Publishing, Nog a Dod documents nearly a decade of work by a loosely affiliated group of artists, mostly in Vancouver, who draw with and about each other. The work in this book falls somewhere between children’s book art, comics, psychedelia and fine art. Editor Marc Bell has put together what is really the first book to represent this scene.

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