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'''Eraser Carver's Quarterly''' is a [[zine]] by Mick Mather from Clay, New York.
 
'''Eraser Carver's Quarterly''' is a [[zine]] by Mick Mather from Clay, New York.
In issue #45 this long running zine spotlights some solid examples of erasercuts (rubber stamps) by at least 20 artists, plus some assorted articles such as a salute to George Lawrie Thomson's life work. The art given, is first rate but at 15 pages it seemed a little short for the cost. Otherwise an original and notable zine.
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In issue #45 this long running zine spotlights some solid examples of erasercuts (rubber stamps) by at least 20 artists, plus some assorted articles such as a salute to George Lawrie Thomson's life work. The art, given, is first rate but at 15 pages it seemed a little short for the cost. Otherwise an original and notable zine.
  
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Revision as of 10:01, 26 January 2007

Eraser Carver's Quarterly is a zine by Mick Mather from Clay, New York. In issue #45 this long running zine spotlights some solid examples of erasercuts (rubber stamps) by at least 20 artists, plus some assorted articles such as a salute to George Lawrie Thomson's life work. The art, given, is first rate but at 15 pages it seemed a little short for the cost. Otherwise an original and notable zine.