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HAND-MADE COMICS:
A MINI HISTORY OF OFF-THE-CUFF MINI-COMICS


An exhibition of mini-comics at the BookArtBookshop from the collections of curators Les Coleman, Paul Gravett and Savage Pencil, with an accompanying 12-page A6-size mini-comic catalogue, A Mini-History of containing an essay by Les Coleman and Paul Gravett. All of the guest artists and contributors to Comica were invited to draw original covers for these catalogues, which were displayed at the exhibition and auctioned at a closing night party.

Where: BookArtBookShop, 17 Pitfield St, London, N1 6HB
When: May 27 to June 13, 2004

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