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There are so many things I love about this book. I love the unique idea, the forms and colors used and the author's name "Gigs". On the back over is her picture, she is a good looking blonde. I imagined "Gigs" would have been more unusual looking but you never know, do you?
This book was published by Charles Scribner's Sons in 1977. I think it may be unique in it's subject. I think it is terrific. Since I first found it and began to sell copiues here it has become increasingly rare and hard to find in decent condition.
The book has many B and W drawings and a number of color pictures, what it does not have is many graphs. The designs really are free form, even when they incorporate a figure of some sort. I think the concept and the execution of these designs is amazing.
Even after thumbing through this book again, (I have a copy of this on my own bookshelves) I find myself wishing I had some time to stitch one of these for myself.
I have this book in stock in both hardcover and paperbound editions. The book is exactly the same, just the binding is different. I will send you the best condition copy I have in stock. It may be hardcover or it may be paperbound but it will the best one I have at the time of your order.