by siggi hofer
from »the lewis carroll picture book« (1899) (+)

from »the lewis carroll picture book« (1899) (+)

by derek beaulieu (+)
»all things pass« by darren almond (+)

»all things pass« by darren almond (+)

from »the lewis carroll picture book« (1899) (+)

»anthology of concrete poetry« edited by emmett williams
after four decades this book is back in print!
buy it here

»anthology of concrete poetry« edited by emmett williams

after four decades this book is back in print!

buy it here

by bpNichol (+)from the book “still water” (1970)

by bpNichol (+)
from the book “still water” (1970)

»at times there are no words« by darren almond (+)
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»at times there are no words« by darren almond (+)

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»9 months later« by joão louro

»9 months later« by joão louro

»the prestige of terror«
»tortured but not in a bad way« by marilyn and peter frank (+)

»tortured but not in a bad way« by marilyn and peter frank (+)

»uns ich er« by beat gloor

momentum by alejandro guijarro

momentum by alejandro guijarro

»mental reactions« by marius de zayas and agnes ernst meyer (1915)

by general accounts the earliest example of visual poetry in america—is the original maquette for a printed version published in the avant-garde magazine 291. both a drawing and a poem, the work is a collaboration between the mexican-born caricaturist marius de zayas (1880–1961) and the american journalist and art patron agnes ernst meyer (1887–1970).

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»mental reactions« by marius de zayas and agnes ernst meyer (1915)

by general accounts the earliest example of visual poetry in america—is the original maquette for a printed version published in the avant-garde magazine 291. both a drawing and a poem, the work is a collaboration between the mexican-born caricaturist marius de zayas (1880–1961) and the american journalist and art patron agnes ernst meyer (1887–1970).

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