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Crap Hound 6: Death, Telephones & Scissors [Paperback]

Sean Tejaratchi

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A cavalcade of Classic Clip Art imagery - this issue focuses on Death, Telephones & Scissors! 116 pages crammed full of crisp, clear B&W illustrations and artwork...

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5.0 out of 5 stars 2006 Reprint of 1997 Edition is Even Better than the Original 31 Jan 2008
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This is 2006 reprint of the 1997 edition of Craphound #6. This edition is longer than the original by 8 pages (2 pages of eyes, 2 pages of hearts, and 4 pages of hands. Pages are brimming with high quality, black and white images on the theme of death (lots of skulls and skeletons), telephones and scissors. It's published by Show and Tell Press in Oregon and published in Canada. It measure 8.5 x 11 inches and has about 100 pages of images.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Epic Clip Art Book 22 Mar 2013
By Brett Grossmann - Published on
Number 6 was my first Issue of Crap Hound. I now own 4 thru 8. Don't spend too much. Search around. You should have to spend more than $20 or so. Early issues are a rare find. THis book is a keeper. Any graphics person should own a copy. Nuf Said.
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