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Not Bad For London

Jason McLean
Artists' Books
17.5 × 22 cm

London, Ontario’s cultural impact and connections both past and present are mapped out and drawn. The last page of each book contains a unique drawing or mixed media work by Henry McLean.

Signed Edition

  1. Not Bad For London

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