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André Breton – Clair de Terre

Contributed by Alan Madic on Feb 1st, 2020. Artwork published in
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    André Breton – Clair de Terre 1
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    Clair de terre is a collection of poetry by André Breton, originally published in 1923. This redesign is based on a later edition with poems from 1919–1936, and an introduction by Alain Jouffroy. Fully illustrated with images generated by using artificial intelligence, the reading experience is punctuated by surreal scenes and landscapes.

    110×170 mm, 188 pages, digital printing.

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    1 Comment on “André Breton – Clair de Terre

    1. Alan, has this book been published? Is this a student project? If so, at which school or university was it made?

      What is the reasoning behing using straight apostrophes in place of the conventional ones?

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