Objets Introuvables: A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects by Jacques Carelman (First Edition)
Objets Introuvables: A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects by Jacques Carelman (First Edition)
Objets Introuvables: A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects by Jacques Carelman (First Edition)
Objets Introuvables: A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects by Jacques Carelman (First Edition)
Objets Introuvables: A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects by Jacques Carelman (First Edition)
Objets Introuvables: A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects by Jacques Carelman (First Edition)
Objets Introuvables: A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects by Jacques Carelman (First Edition)
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For those who have everything. For those who've seen everything. For those who believe there is nothing new under the sun. Presenting A Catalogue of Unfindable Objects. Including such logical but hitherto inconceivable creations as the rotary-action spaghetti fork (pg. 42), and the labour-saving radio-controlled iron (pg. 47), a must when your clothes need pressing but you're too tired to stand. What could be more desirable than a magnificent Gothic tent (pg. 60), or more ecologically sound than a bicycle-powered plough (pg. 53)? Colour illustrations and detailed descriptions make this a catalogue of unprecedented delight for everyone with a well-developed sense of the absurd. Carelman has exhibited his work in galleries all over the world, from Paris to Tokyo. His books have been published in ten languages. This new book contains his latest three-dimensional creations as well as some of his best graphic works. Call it art, call it fantasy, call it humour - whichever way you look at it, it's extraordinary.

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Hardback, good condition, some wear on jacket as seen in photos, two tears on the top front of jacket, inside pages in excellent condition. 

Published by: Frederick Muller, 1984.

ISBN: 0584950292