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1266. Then comes the last character in Festini's story, the Bolivian student whom she names Charles Ralston-Purina. Ralston-Purina is a company that makes dog foods. No matter how much she may try to be objective in her story, treating both characters with a mixture of amusement and pity, still in her heart she identifies with Emma, and for her, Charles Ralston-Purina is just some dog food.

A Literary Joust, 2006 (w/c on paper) by Jonathan Wolstenholme on The Bazaar

This work is called “Read Reader” by Terry Allen. The bronze statue can be found at Texas Tech University.

The Answer: It is called Read Reader - it was done by Terry Allen and it lives around the Texas Tech campus, Lubbock, TX [x] Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada Read.

Jonathan Wolstenholme

Books that smoke, read and slip on banana peels: the art of Jonathan Wolstenholme (Image credit: Jonathan Wolstenholme)

Book Art by Jonathan Wolstenholme

Book Art by Jonathan Wolstenholme

Oh, the Books! Bookish Find - You Cannot Judge a Book by Jonathan Wolstenholme

Not sure what the site says... but this is scrapbooking made intense.

I'm definitely going to do a nature sketchbook/art journal. And I have the perfect book to put it all in.

Vier Hände, eine Stimme. Die Gebrüder Goncourt. - ABBILDUNG: JONATHAN WOLSTENHOLME/2001

Vier Hände, eine Stimme. Die Gebrüder Goncourt. - ABBILDUNG: JONATHAN WOLSTENHOLME/2001

Pinzellades al món , Jonathan Wolstenholme

The surreal books of British artist and illustrator Jonathan Wolstenholme

Nixie Ropa Londres

Anthropology window display of book art; creative folds give a lovely dimension to this display. Would not really want to destroy old books . So ok it looks good but.old books?

Toile de Jonathan Wolstenholme Le livre le plus lourd disait : –J’ai la splendeur De ce vieux Créateur dont nul ne voit la face ; Toute mythologie auprès de moi s’efface, Zeus brandissant la foudre...

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Toile de Jonathan Wolstenholme Le livre le plus lourd disait : –J’ai la splendeur De ce vieux Créateur dont nul ne voit la face ; Toute mythologie auprès de moi s’efface, Zeus brandissant la foudre...

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