28 April 2011


When does a line become a stripe - and when is a stripe "just" a line?Of her 1995 book, Annie Cicale says: "With a short text by Paul Rand, this little book unfolds to show many kinds of stripes, from architecture and clothing to flags and zebras. A concertina with a piano hinged spine on dowels holds it together."
Suddenly, piano-hinged spines are on my to-do list...

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