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3/70 is part of a series of magazines that feature student art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. "This publication is intended to present the form of a free sensibility, a sensibility that seeks qualities of invention which disregard the constraints of commercial matter." Affiliated with SAIC, coordinated by James Zanzi.
The Good Lion Press. School of the Art Institute of Chicago
60 pages : black & white, illustrated; 20.5x20.25 cm.
Page 19 contains the artist book, "What Time is it?" by John Ward, stapled to the upper right corner. This book is not digitized. However, the page the book is secured to contains a preview.
Kalish, AndreaCavalier, JoeDoring, JamesCelio, JohnArakawa, N.Yamanouchi, A.Ward, JohnBrady, AndyBorge, OlafWelch, RogerPrekop, MartinNagelbach, F.La Bash, DonOrentlicher, JohnGill, Don RogerCarter, BeverlyBeal, SteveSavage, K.Sperry, Frederick P.Connors, MaryDavies, PeterBurga
Artists' booksGroup work in artPeriodicals
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The original object was photographed with a NIKON D810 digital camera at 300 ppi as a camera raw file (NEF). The NEF file was then converted to the TIFF format in Adobe Photoshop.