- Author:Graham Rawle
- Publisher:Fourth Estate Ltd (October 18, 1993)
- Subcategory:Graphic Design
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Graham Rawle Lost Consonants ("Guardian" Books) (N. ). This is the third in a set of 31 tear-out postcard books based on Graham Rawle's weekly series in "The Weekend Guardian". ISBN 13: 9781857021417. Lost Consonants ("Guardian" Books) (N. Shipping: US$ . 0 Within .
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This is the third in a set of 31 tear-out postcard books based on Graham Rawle"s weekly series in "The Weekend Guardian". In this book, chins appear in people"s armour, witnesses are asked to take the sand and Barnes Wallis develops a bouncing bob. Related Products
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Lost Consonants is a comic collage series created by Graham Rawle, appearing in Britain's Guardian newspaper from 1990 to 2005
Lost Consonants is a comic collage series created by Graham Rawle, appearing in Britain's Guardian newspaper from 1990 to 2005. The text and image word play series illustrates a sentence from which one vital letter has been removed, altering its meaning. For example: Youths addicted to drugs becomes youths addicted to rugs; instead of going days without water and becoming thirsty, people become thirty.
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