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   xoxoxoBruce  Monday Mar 6 10:36 PM

Mar 7th, 2017: Impact of a Book

Classicman sent me this picture with no information.

I asked Google and it told me the picture was taken at a James Schannep book signing. So I go looking for Schannep and he
writes interactive adventure books, but he does a lot of book signings and only posts pictures of himself signing books.

Next I ask Tineye and they tell me it’s by Jorge Méndez Blake but all the links for him were in Spanish. So a lot of Google
translating later, I found out it’s called, “Impact of a Book”, and he’s a Mexican mixed media artist, he lives in Guadalajara,
and does shows all over the world.

I think, all in all it's just another brick in the wall.

Griff  Tuesday Mar 7 07:36 AM


Snakeadelic  Tuesday Mar 7 08:20 AM

Perhaps some kind of statement piece...

"No matter how many idiots are out there, no weight of stupidity can crush the value of knowledge," sorta thing.

It's weird and minimalist and kind of appealing.

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