Good. A sound copy with only light wear. Overall a solid copy at a great price! All orders guaranteed and ship within 24 hours. Your purchase supports More Than Words, a nonprofit job training program for youth, empowering youth to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business.
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Good+ This is a large book and is not eligible for Priority, Air or International under standard fees. Paper Covers. Minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Minor edge soil/foxing. Inner-side of the covers and their facing pages are moderately foxed. A small amount of one edge stain has seeped onto the fore margins of a few pages, else contents are clean, unworn.; 8-1/2 x 11", horizontal format. 157pp. PAPER COVERS. Cover is a little lighter than posterboard. ART. "Turn your copier into a personal arts and craft center. Make personalized, inexpensive greeting cards, T-shirts, fabrics, presentations, prints and much, much more. This miracle machine lets anyone design eye-catching graphics and unusual crafts at the push of a button. This lively, lavishly illustrated volume presents the most striking examples of what is comng to be called 'Copy Art' along with the techniques of the artists who created them. It also explores the history and technology of the duplicatinng medium. An exclusive 'how-to' section shows how anyone can use paper, fabric, or almost any material to turn any object or image, black and white or color, into inexpensive high-quality prints, paper sculpture, clothing, pillows, and many other useful, unique, and decorative items. " 32-page color reproduction section plus scores of b/w reproductions. Bibliography.
Octavo; VG/no-DJ paperback; Red spine with white and yellow text; Cover has minor shelfwear, especially at spine joints, .5" sticker on spine, faint pen mark at lower left of front cover; Covers and binding strong; slight rust stain and imprint of paperclip on initial pages, text block otherwise clean; pp 155. Rockville.
Very good. Created by Patrick Firpo, Lester Alexander, and Claudia Katayanagi. Opening text by Steve Ditlea. Extensively illustrated in both color and black & white. 155pp., oblong 8vo, red, printed wrappers. New York: Richard Marek, (1978). First edition.
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