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It begins with a curious summons. A card is received and an itinerary provided. Confused by the situation and perplexed by the enigmatic Z, L follows the instructions given. The reader follows L and Z’s fascinating interaction through a series of black and white cards, becoming a part of the story by bringing the illustrations to life through the creative application of co ...more
Paperback, 180 pages
Published July 23rd 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (first published July 22nd 2015)
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After attending the Rhode Island School of Design and Art Center College of Design, Mary Ogle emerged with a solid grounding in the traditional techniques of oil painting. Not satisfied with the inherent limitations of brush and canvas, she stumbled upon the fascinating world of computer graphics. Working as a professional artist in the digital medium, Mary’s commissions have included everything f ...more

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