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16 August 2012


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Richard Lorig

If I was going to rob Lauren Conrad's house I'd start by looking at the wonky bookshelf with three copies of Series of Unfortunate Events #1 haphazardly placed.
"Put them in the order you want."
Do people actually put books from a series (clearly numbered on the spine) in any old order, intentionally?
The book murder was distressing but the poor numerical alignment made my brain hurt.


I love art projects that use old books, but like you mentioned, usually they're older books or books you love and already have other copies of. Also, why is Lauren Conrad trying to teach me about crafting in the first place?


I love the response from LS:
"It has always been my belief that people who spend too much time with my work end up as lost souls, drained of reason, who lead lives of raving emptiness and occasional lunatic violence. What a relief it is to see this documented."

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