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Every Letter in "The Sunset Strip"

Artist
Derek Sullivan
Date
2008
Publisher
self published
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
10.8 × 17.4 cm
Length
Description

Ruscha’s “Every Building on the Sunset Strip”, is confused to become every letter. Through the word play of anagrams, “The Sunset Strip” mutates into a series of possible sister phrases.

From a group of books published by Sullivan, for his White Column’s Bulletin Board project, using print on demand technology. The technology allows for the content of the titles to be under continual revision, creating an unlimited edition publication that is in perpetual development.

Unlimited varied edition.

  1. Every Letter in “The Sunset Strip“
 

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