A Kind of Loop (*signed*)

@ Bollati, Martín

N/A - AV0083


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"Japan from the inside of a dreaming brain. Matters dissolves. Indomitable beasts roar, prisoners of a mirage. Everything enters into an incorporeal and alucinatory state.Everything changes and everything repeats itself, everything changes and everything repeats itself, everything changes and everything repeats itself."

44 pages - Softcover

RIOT Books, 2014 (150 copies)


New - Mint condition

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