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Unfolded tunnel-book is standing upright in a progression of colours from yellow, to orange, red, and black. Each page has a large slightly tilted square hole in the middle of it, with black print on the top and bottom sides, and is attached to the following one on both sides with a folded piece of paper. Brown paper front cover shows black print on the top and bottom of the tilted square cutout. Hanging on at the left and right sides is a thick brown string-like handle, with yellow string trim at either end and a tan nametag attached in the middle showing black print.
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Source: Down the rabbit hole
text by Lewis Carroll ; designed by Tara Bryan -- [Flatrock, Nfld.] : Walking Bird Press, 2005. -- 1 artist's book ; 15cm. -- ISBN 1894521110
© Tara Bryan; Canadian Artists Representation Copyright Collective (CARCC), 2009. Reproduced with the permission of CARCC.
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