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kev ferrara said:I think postmodernist is actually synonymous with text-centric. Words are "ready-made" as much as recycled imagery, allegorical visual representations, and common graphic symbols are. The common characteristic to all is the surfacing and clarification of meaning-units so they can be read plainly and quickly. The corollary being that nothing is hidden, mysterious or suggested, nothing is felt through intuition, and nobody will feel bad for failing to deciphering the message.

kev ferrara said:I think postmodernist is actually synonymous with text-centric. Words are "ready-made" as much as recycled imagery, allegorical visual representations, and common graphic symbols are. The common characteristic to all is the surfacing and clarification of meaning-units so they can be read plainly and quickly. The corollary being that nothing is hidden, mysterious or suggested, nothing is felt through intuition, and nobody will feel bad for failing to deciphering the message.

Chaino - Jungle Mating Rhythms 1958. A rare, vintage jungle drums exotica record.

Chaino - Jungle Mating Rhythms 1958. A rare, vintage jungle drums exotica record.

"Davy Jones & The Lower 3rd / The Manish Boys - David Bowie - record cover - This is a 1979 re-issue of early material.  Only the photo is from 1965."

"Davy Jones & The Lower 3rd / The Manish Boys - David Bowie - record cover - This is a 1979 re-issue of early material. Only the photo is from 1965."

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Eamon by StudioKreak on Etsy

Eamon by StudioKreak on Etsy

Early 5th cent. B.C.E. Attic red-figured rhyton in the shape of a dog's head found at Falerii, in the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia.

Early 5th cent. B.C.E. Attic red-figured rhyton in the shape of a dog's head found at Falerii, in the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia.

Early 5th cent. B.C.E. Attic red-figured rhyton in the shape of a dog's head found at Falerii, in the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia.

Early 5th cent. B.C.E. Attic red-figured rhyton in the shape of a dog's head found at Falerii, in the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia.

Eamon by StudioKreak on Etsy

Eamon by StudioKreak on Etsy