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Bloomington, Indiana: Thomas Ockerse, 1970. Edition of 500, of which this is no. 265. White cardboard box 8.875 x 11.3125 x 0.75" in size with affixed label in three colors containing an unbound eight-page pamphlet printed in black and white and fifty-four 8.5 x 11" plates printed in color and black and white four of which are blank divider sheets.

A self-published artists’ book comprised of fifty loose plates divided into five chapters featuring concrete and visual poems, figurative and abstract designs, typographic sculptures, and appropriated postage stamps and postcards. On these plates, Ockerse explores visual narratives, concepts, and constructs while at the same time questioning existence and purpose through a designer’s gaze. An intimate and arresting reading experience by the Dutch-born designer, artists, and teacher. With an introduction by the Danish poet Vagn Steen.

Box with light creasing to cover and bumps to corners, else fine. Plates fine. Item #197

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