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Princeton Architectural Press Issues Ed Ruscha ‘Noise’ Notebook

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Princeton Architectural Press has issued a journal sure to make both obsessive note-takers and modern art lovers happy. We’re not sure who originally conceived of this compact, ruled notebook bearing a reproduction of Noise—artist Ed Ruscha’s 1963 oil painting of that single word—on its cover, but it’s an inspired change from all those monochromatic, image-free Moleskine — Continue reading …




 

 

9781616893620-1Princeton Architectural Press has issued a journal sure to make both obsessive note-takers and modern art lovers happy. We’re not sure who originally conceived of this compact, ruled notebook bearing a reproduction of Noise—artist Ed Ruscha’s 1963 oil painting of that single word—on its cover, but it’s an inspired change from all those monochromatic, image-free Moleskine covers us creative types admittedly find irresistible. 142 pages thick, and closer to square than rectangle (5.5 x 5.8), Noise “seems particularly relevant in today’s world of nonstop media noise.” We certainly can’t think of a better way to spend some quiet time.3043221-inline-i-3-noise3dVia New York Times


 

 

 
 
 

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