I TRIMMED A TREE SO A LORRY COULD PASS by Malcy Duff

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I TRIMMED A TREE SO A LORRY COULD PASS by Malcy Duff

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Published by Good Press

A4, 28 pages, two colour risograph covers, black and white digital printed interior, saddle stiched, edition of 50, 2015.

The second part of a new pairing from Malcy Duff. A follow on of sorts, an extension of a mindset. Malcy Duff is an Edinburgh based comic book maker specialising in the unusual, dadaist and detailed. 'I Trimmed a Tree so a Lorry Could Pass' channels further the wandering of a mind, claiming obsession with plastic goods, and golf, and wee. A slim run of booklets, only 50 of this one and 'The Stagnant Water Inside a Bath Duck', and strongly recommended of course, so be fast.

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