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Do you appreciate art? Have you ever had a job in the arts? Have you ever been witness to how gross the whole art market/art world can be? If so, Mike Taylor's satirical issue of "Late Era Clash" will resonate with those who are familiar with this phenomena, as well as enlighten those who have luckily somehow escaped all this wildness. It's a hard one to describe more thoroughly (and I don't want to spoil any of it), so you'll just have to get it to see for yourself!

A bold work by a longtime favorite artist, Mike also spent long hours helping out during the printing and production of this issue with Pegacorn Press. Undoubtedly, #25 will go as quickly as the last issue, so get it while you can.... it's seriously one of his best publications yet!

36 pages, 7 X 8.5 inches
Risograph printed with black, blue and fluorescent pink ink, saddle stitched.
Pegacorn Press, Brooklyn, NY
Edition of 500

Pegacorn Press loves the Quimby's (one of Chicago's finest bookstores) descriptions of each publication released. From Edie Fake:
"Supermarket sabotage and Taylor's brutal takedown of the cabalistic machinations of the art industrial complex. This issue of Late Era Clash outdoes itself - employing its lovely ratty line to maximum beauty, hilarity and fright - absolutely excellent!"

Late Era Clash 25, by Mike Taylor

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