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Printers Under Rocks is a sci-fi-ish visual archive of a parallel reality where archeologists are finding printers under rocks. This is a humorous approach to the reality of programmed obsolescence, a scary thought of what it will/could remain from us. Consisting of an index with the compilation of the titles from a collection of digital collages that illustrate fake archeological discoveries mixed with some real images from old broken printers being sold in parts and so on.  This publication takes us close to a surreal, enigmatic, troubled, and perhaps scary past-future. Printed in  115 gsm coated glossy paper. Handmade fabric pocket stamped on top of painted cover.  First edition of 30, 44 pages A6. Includes a tiny print inside.


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