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Thirteen Ways To Temp Fate - Pentagram Design

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Details: Rushworth, John. Pentagram Design Limited, London. 1989. First edition. Softcover. Section sewn. 28pp. 150 x 105mm. Printed in colour, unpaginated. Text in English. Designer: Rushworth, John.

About: Superstitions by John Rushworth, 1989 Thirteen ways to tempt fate, from an apple a day keeping the doctor away to the fact that misfortune comes when shoes are placed on a table. Each Christmas, Pentagram designs and publishes a small book and sends it to a select group of friends and clients. The booklets traditionally avoid any direct reference to the festive season, adopting a strong graphic vocabulary, setting them apart from the other cards received at this time of year. Since John McConnell’s first design in 1974, they’ve grown to become a cult collectors’ item.

Very good condition: light shelf ware consistent with age. Binding tight. Please contact us should you have any further questions about condition.

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