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The Open Daybook Hardcover – November 30, 2010
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At the back of the book, following December 31 page naturally, is a list of all the artists who participated with a very brief but informative note about each. Then to top off the experience, the inside of the front and back covers of the book list in calendar format the names of the artists responsible for each of the pages. It is informative and adds to the fine idea originated by David P Earle, 'an artist and writer who lives in Los Angeles, though his roots are in Chicago'.
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The concept behind this book is absolutely brilliant, and the finished product is beautiful. I'm almost hesitant to use it and fill it up because I love it so much as it is.Published on March 20, 2014 by Lydia
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