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Broadsides: A Collection from ARTLIFE 1996-2004

August 28, 2008

From 1996-2004, I published some 3 dozen 8.5 x 11″ broadsides in ARTLIFE Limited Editions. These all combined poetry with original artwork.

I have begun posting several of my broadsides and poems on this blog on the page titled “Art Predator’s Greatest Hits” with links to the post with the text.

Slowly but surely, I will post them on the page titled “Broadsides: A Collection from ARTLIFE 1996-2003”  with links to the post with the full text located elsewhere on this blog.

Right now, here are three more that I published previously on this blog:

“Shells”–this piece has a shell embossed on the top; the poem is glued and sewed onto the backing paper.

“I’d Rather Be an Oak Than a Eucalyptus”–for ARTLIFE, I infused the paper with a blend of essential oils to smell like the earth around a eucalyptus tree and turned it into a concrete poem in the shape of a tree. It is hard to read here but not in the original.

"Id Rather Be An Oak"

“Redemption”

Redemption

Redemption

I collaged these items on the copier glass, copied it in black, then copied the text in blue, then sprayglued sand along the bottom, and applied a glow in the dark star to the top of each page.

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  1. August 29, 2008 12:57 am

    Cool. You know there are sites around where you can turn these into framed prints and sell them? I’ll send you a link if I remember or if you remember. Enjoy Radiohead, how I wish I was there,

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