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UPPERCUT Love me 2 – André Carrilho

18.00 9.00

A Saint Valentine’s Day collection of illustrations.

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210x297mm, 16 pages, 3 colors risograph print on Arcoprint Milk 120 gr paper
Limited edition of 150 zines

Stolen Books // Published February 2019

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