Angus Maclise

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Angus Maclise

Post by Nuno » 02 Oct 2015 15:50

I don't know much about it, but a friend told me about it and it should be interesting....

http://store.pleasureeditions.com/colle ... us-maclise

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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by iaredatsun » 02 Oct 2015 22:50

Nuno wrote:I don't know much about it, but a friend told me about it and it should be interesting....

http://store.pleasureeditions.com/colle ... us-maclise
Looks very nice. Thank-you for the link.
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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by simonm » 03 Oct 2015 11:47

The elements of this set are also being sold separately (with bigger pics here http://pleasureeditions.com/)

Quite tempted by 100,000 leaves and Untitled for $40...

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the tapes are $25 (3 x C60, edition of 125)

http://store.pleasureeditions.com/colle ... lise-tapes

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I'm a bit more wary of the poetry tbh - is there any online?

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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by taxine » 04 Oct 2015 15:43

These's awesome stuff,just got the Dreamweapon book,thank you all :D
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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by iaredatsun » 05 Nov 2015 00:44

Mine has just been shipped. Thanks for the alert.
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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by iaredatsun » 12 Nov 2015 18:45

Enjoying the tapes very much. White, Black and Yellow. Half-way through Black.

The calligraphy reminds me of B.Gysin. Some of the poetry suddenly looks very contemporary, which surprised me.

One nice touch is getting a parcel delivered with 'Pleasure Editions' printed on the label.
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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by nkdlunch » 12 Nov 2015 20:58

I'm still waiting on mine. Are the books nice?

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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by iaredatsun » 13 Nov 2015 00:07

nkdlunch wrote:I'm still waiting on mine. Are the books nice?

As you probably know there are three books. They are nicely produced.

1. The Translations from the Far Country. The poems. This is brown card, perfect bound.
2. A slightly smaller stapled notebook of red and black mark-making.
3. A portfolio of calligraphic marks, that remind me of Henri Michaux. Folded loose-leaves, printed on nice quality paper.

Everything comes in two traditional envelopes with metal fasteners, each one with title in red.
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Re: Angus Maclise

Post by Warlock » 20 Nov 2015 19:19

I just received the tapes. They're absolutely fantastic! Even better than the Dreamweapon LP's imo. Are there any info of the recorded work in the catalogue?
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