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    Default well, okay, you can't write in these books....

    Too much time on his hands? Novelty? Gimmick? If you had a book of cheese and a book of deli meats, and a book of lettuce and sliced tomatoes, then you could have a tasty lunch. Take a Polaroid of each sandwich and make a book of those!

    Unusual books by Ben Denzer

    https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2019/...ks-ben-denzer/
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    Default Re: well, okay, you can't write in these books....

    As a sketcher, I LOL'd at "5 Ketchups"

    Fun art project. I like them. Glad you share it with us!
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    Default Re: well, okay, you can't write in these books....

    holy crap those are great.

    4 flip books is insane.
    Last edited by manoeuver; September 6th, 2019 at 05:58 PM. Reason: never mind about the drugs

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    Default Re: well, okay, you can't write in these books....

    The sort of thing the Mad Painter would take to a picnic?



    (Yup, that is Stockard Channing.)

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    Default Re: well, okay, you can't write in these books....

    Thank you for that link! I keep exploring Colossal. For example, I've learned that Monty Python's Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog has historical sources for violent bunnies: https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2016/...l-manuscripts/

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    Default Re: well, okay, you can't write in these books....

    Quote Originally Posted by catbert View Post
    The sort of thing the Mad Painter would take to a picnic?



    (Yup, that is Stockard Channing.)
    And Paul Benedict. Love it. I had forgotten about the mad painter! I must have been a tiny tot the last time I saw that video.

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