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Varieties of Disturbance


Client:   Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Added:   March 25, 2008

Updated:   December 08, 2011

Views: 2908


The type on the front was blind-spot glossed, so if the book is held at the right angle, the fly seems to be sitting on a blank page. I saw several people try to swat it off . . . 

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Brandon Hill said on November 17, 2008

I'd love to see this in person, great work.

Charlotte Strick said on November 17, 2008

Thanks Brandon. I'm still amazed it got printed!

Tomato Košir said on November 17, 2008

Clap, clap, clap! (*)

Jonathan Sainsbury said on August 12, 2009

In person it's much better. The somewhat invisible type really pulled me in from a distance, when I first saw it on the tables. It was one of favorites that year.

Ricardo Cordoba said on November 21, 2011

I saw this at a bookstore when it was just out, and it looks great!