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Stuff : this week's specials! / artwork by Bernie Slater ; additional design by Alex McAlpine
Bib ID 6151402
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Slater, Bernie, 1977- artist, book designer
 
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Description [Canberra] : Bernie Slater, [2012] 
8 unnumbered pages : chiefly coloured illustrations ; 30 cm 
Series

Nick Henderson Zine Collection.

Summary

"We all love stuff. We buy stuff, we consume stuff, we chuck stuff out so we can buy more stuff. The Stuff catalogue is a public art project by Canberra visual artist Bernie Slater. The catalogue takes a satirical look at the world of ‘stuff’ by presenting a parody of the advertised image of our shopping experience (the idyllic smiles, fulfilled dreams etc) and juxtaposes it with the more tiresome, banal and stressful reality of battling through the checkouts and browsing for bargains" -- Bernie Slater.

Notes

Cover title.

"Stuff is a public art project supported by ACT Government" -- Back cover.

Publication's website: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/137458/20121128-1119/www.stuffcatalogue.com/index-2.html#&panel1-1

Subjects Shopping -- Humor.  |  Advertising, Direct-mail -- Humor.  |  Public art -- Australia.  |  Australian
Form/genre Zines.
Other authors/contributors McAlpine, Alex, book designer  |  Australian Capital Territory, sponsoring body
Also Titled

Stuff!

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