How little pterodactyl invented the art of flying. Translated from the Pterodactyl by Philip Gallo and with drawings by the author. Philip Gallo, trans.
How little pterodactyl invented the art of flying. Translated from the Pterodactyl by Philip Gallo and with drawings by the author
How little pterodactyl invented the art of flying. Translated from the Pterodactyl by Philip Gallo and with drawings by the author
How little pterodactyl invented the art of flying. Translated from the Pterodactyl by Philip Gallo and with drawings by the author

How little pterodactyl invented the art of flying. Translated from the Pterodactyl by Philip Gallo and with drawings by the author

[Saint Paul]: Philip Gallo at the Hermetic Press, [2020]. Edition limited to 35 copies, 8vo (approx. 10¼" x 6½"), 16 leaves printed in blue, green and black on rectos only; illustrations throughout; original blue card wrappers; as new, in a plexiglas slipcase. "Printed on 180 gsm Rives from handset Studio & Allegro; 'a fractal of pterodactyls' was set in Illustrator from Eurostile and printed from polymer plate; the drawings were created in Illustrator from the Calligraphic Brushes Set & printed from polymer." Gallo's latest creation, offered for sale here first: a children's book for adults. Item #57573

Price: $495.00

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