PHOTO-DOCUMENTATION FROM THE FIELD

Motorcycle Grim Robes Zine

Posted in Uncategorized by wolfpeterson on November 15, 2010

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Edition of 40, cardstock cover, hand sewn, 16 pages.

Motorcycle Grim Robes collects a series of 35mm photographs of cloaked motorcycles. My desire to tear away the rain cover and ride free to an unknown destination is only outweighed by my fear of the image produced by this draping cloth, that of a fuel injected reaper.

In Montreal $4.
Canada $5.
USA $5.50.
Int’l $6.

Paypal to coffeeandtvandhairanddna@gmail.com . Please mark as gift, and don’t forget to include your address. If you also want a copy of a photodoc issue #4, add $1.

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