Thinking makes it so

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'''Thinking makes it so'''  is a graphic arts [[zine]] by Canberra, ACT, Australia based artist, zinester, and University of Canberra graphic design student Kath O'Rourke.
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'''Thinking makes it so'''  (2007-) is a graphic arts [[zine]] by Canberra, ACT, Australia based artist, zinester, and University of Canberra graphic design student Kath O'Rourke.
The zine was exhibited and sold in an exhibition of the same name at The Front Cafe & Gallery, Wattle St Lyneham, Canberra, in September 2007. The zine, which was released in an edition of 24, is comprised of seven double-sided pages of digital colour prints incorporating graphic elements of the works from the exhibition with additional text.  The pages are loose and are housed within a corrugated cardboard folder.
The zine was exhibited and sold in an exhibition of the same name at The Front Cafe & Gallery, Wattle St Lyneham, Canberra, in September 2007. The zine, which was released in an edition of 24, is comprised of seven double-sided pages of digital colour prints incorporating graphic elements of the works from the exhibition with additional text.  The pages are loose and are housed within a corrugated cardboard folder.
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[[Category:Zine]] [[Category: Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Australian Capital Territory Zines]][[Category:2000's publications]] [[category:Art Zines]] [[Category:Arts and Crafts]]

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Thinking makes it so (2007-) is a graphic arts zine by Canberra, ACT, Australia based artist, zinester, and University of Canberra graphic design student Kath O'Rourke.

The zine was exhibited and sold in an exhibition of the same name at The Front Cafe & Gallery, Wattle St Lyneham, Canberra, in September 2007. The zine, which was released in an edition of 24, is comprised of seven double-sided pages of digital colour prints incorporating graphic elements of the works from the exhibition with additional text. The pages are loose and are housed within a corrugated cardboard folder.

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