Quaintance-designed book awarded

Marcel Duchamp: Etant donnes by Michael R.Taylor, published by the Philadeplphia Museum of Art and designed by veteran Houston art-book designer Don Quaintance of Public Address Design, was awarded the 2009 George Wittenborn Award for exemplary publications by the Art Libraries Society of North America at their annual conference in Boston last week.

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  1. Did I read it too fast or did you forget to mention Pogo the clown…John Wayne Gacy, Jr?

  2. Michael,
    I hate clowns, they scare the hell out of me, but I loved this article!

    By the way, have you heard of Clowns for Christ? http://www.freewebs.com/jeszmesparky/

  3. Who deleted asshole’s comment? It was relevant ( to me anyway). You people seem to consistently have problems seeing bigger pictures…., abstract, representational, conceptual or simply formal. I hate clowns and men in Santa suits, mostly anything human in costume. Although …I force myself to wave at the person in the gorilla suit pushing a vacuum on August days here locally. If he/she isn’ t smoking he usually waves back.

  4. I wish someone would delete all my posts as soon as I post them.
    These posts keep me awake at night.
    Like bad dreams.

  5. Haiti relief drive….

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